You may not have a say in the weather or the price of gas, but you do have the opportunity to lower your risk for heart disease. These small lifestyle changes can produce a big difference in outcomes, adding years to your life (and health to those years).
When it comes to doctors and dentists, nearly everybody has one or knows when it's time to get one. The criteria aren't quite that clear, though, when it comes to medical social workers. What exactly do medical social workers do, and how do you know when you need medical social work services?
When a doctor recognizes that treatment should evolve into comfort and caring for a patient’s end of life, they will recommend hospice care. Your doctor and other caregivers are important members of your hospice care team.
It is always a great comfort to families to have access to a trusted primary care physician -- someone who can answer questions in a relatable way and who understands the needs of your loved ones. That individual is generally backed up by a variety of other individuals, and this multidisciplinary team is able to pool together their knowledge to create a better care plan over time. See how these caregivers work together to provide an exceptional quality of care.