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Delgado, R. E.

Inclusion of Caregivers in Veterans’ Care: A Critical Literature Review

Background: More direct inclusion of informal caregivers (i.e., family, friends) in patients’ care will make care more patient- and family-centered and has the potential to improve overall quality of care for patients. We need to understand what potentially comprises “inclusive care” so that we can define what “inclusive care” is and develop targets for care quality metrics.

Sat, 09/03/2022 - 10:47

Family Caregiver and Provider Perspectives on Inclusive Care: Aligning Needs and Expectations

Background: Home-based and community-based health care for individuals with complex medical conditions is often provided by family caregivers. Yet caregivers often are not meaningfully included in interactions with clinical health care teams. Inclusive care means inviting the caregiver to participate in shared decision-making and treatment planning. For aging or medically vulnerable adults, caregiver inclusion is an important facet of patient-centered care.

Thu, 09/01/2022 - 20:23