Health care industry adjusts to meet Baby Boomers’ desire to stay in their own homes
Local care providers say it’s not just the dynamics and size of the Baby Boomer population that’s changing the ways health care is delivered – it’s also a matter of what people want. And what they want is to stay home.
The 84-year-old man who had suffered a mini-stroke was insistent as he spoke to a social worker about being discharged from the hospital: He didn’t want anyone coming into his home, and he didn’t think he needed any help.
Mayo Clinic will soon be officially out of the home health care business.
This Week from Albany: Break before budget work
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — In New York state government news, the Legislature is taking a break before work on the state budget heats up.
Most lawmakers will spend the week in their home districts but a select few will gather in New York City for a hearing on what experts say is a looming crisis in home health care services.
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