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James, A. Everette

Caring for Family Caregivers: Perceptions of CARE Act Compliance and Implementation

Background: The Caregiver Advise, Record, Enable (CARE) Act encourages inclusion of family caregivers in the hospitalization process for patients. Translating the state laws into meaningful changes within the health care delivery system can be challenging and requires time. This study sought to examine early compliance with and implementation of the CARE Act reported by hospitals in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.; Methods: We sent an online survey to hospital executives in Pennsylvania in 2017.

Thu, 03/11/2021 - 18:02

Do Family Caregivers Offset Healthcare Costs for Older Adults? A Mapping Review on the Costs of Care for Older Adults With Versus Without Caregivers

Background and Objectives: Older adults face significant long-term care and health care costs. But some of these costs can potentially be offset through family caregivers who may serve as substitutes for formal care or directly improve the care recipient’s health and reduce health care utilization and expenditures.

Mon, 09/09/2019 - 14:54

Including and Training Family Caregivers of Older Adults in Hospital Care: Facilitators and Barriers

Background: Despite the role caregivers play in the delivery of care, the interactions and training methods used with caregivers during an inpatient stay are not clear.; Purpose: The purpose was to examine interactions and training methods used with caregivers during hospital care.; Methods: A mixed-methods case study was conducted.

Thu, 06/13/2019 - 10:38

Changing Structures and Processes to Support Family Caregivers of Seriously Ill Patients

Background: Although family caregivers provide a significant portion of health and support services to adults with serious illness, they are often marginalized by existing healthcare systems and procedures. Objective: We examine the role of caregivers in existing systems of care, identify needed changes in structures and processes, and describe how these changes might be monitored and assessed and who should be accountable for implementing them.

Tue, 11/20/2018 - 11:28