Assuring No Helpless Senior Patient is Left Alone
Seniors are facing health care challenges on their own, and the situation will become more acute over time.
One out of every four senior citizens is living alone. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 10,000 people are turning 66 each day in America.
Birth rates in the United States have declined, resulting in fewer young people to provide care to their older relatives.
The physician and nursing shortage has reduced the amount of time available to spend on lengthy patient consultations.
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SAGAS team evaluation, plan, follow- up, care continuance plan, and patient monitoring for two weeks.
Enables the SAGAS team to evaluate, plan and follow-up for the first two days of acute crisis.
Funds a comprehensive medical profile and plan prepared by a nurse.