Supporting Family Caregivers
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December 10, 2020
Ohio Health Care Association
As Baby Boomers age and people prefer to stay at home during a serious illness, the nation is at the forefront of a growing family caregiver crisis. This session will share data about the growing demands on family caregivers as well as insight into what this audience values based on surveys of more than 20,000 family healthcare decision-makers. The discussion also will include how to craft messaging to appeal to family caregivers as well as case studies proving how prioritizing this audience can significantly increase the length of service for providers.
- Better understand the growing demands on family caregivers, especially as fewer people are choosing professional healthcare careers
- Apply insights of data gleaned from surveys of more than 20,000 family healthcare decision-makers to craft messaging that appeals to their needs and values
- Create a blueprint for success based on case studies of providers who significantly increased census and length of service by targeting family caregivers
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