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Better Health Care – Another promise of reform

The new health care law – more provisions of which go into effect today – isn’t only about making coverage more accessible and affordable. It’s also about making the health care we deliver better and more coordinated, especially for older adults who need help and people with chronic diseases. Provisions in the new law encourage states to shift more services to the community to keep people in their homes and give family caregivers the help they need. To explore these problems, last weekend we went and talked to Louise Gooche, a member of the amazing Durham Divas, about these issues at the Durham Alzheimer’s Memory Walk:

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