Diana Matsushima is the primary caregiver for her husband. Matsushima said that even with her health background, she needed more instruction to provide the necessary care for her husband after he was discharged from the hospital after he suffered a stroke. (Heidi de Marco/KHN)
Diana Matsushima is the primary caregiver for her husband. Matsushima said that even with her health background, she needed more instruction to provide the necessary care for her husband after he was discharged from the hospital after he suffered a stroke. (Heidi de Marco/KHN) Heidi de Marco TNS
Diana Matsushima is the primary caregiver for her husband. Matsushima said that even with her health background, she needed more instruction to provide the necessary care for her husband after he was discharged from the hospital after he suffered a stroke. (Heidi de Marco/KHN) Heidi de Marco TNS

Keeping caregivers in the loop after hospital stays

January 17, 2016 07:31 PM

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