Recognizing the Importance of Caregiver Retention

Episode 4 December 14, 2018 00:22:56
Recognizing the Importance of Caregiver Retention
The Post-Acute POV
Recognizing the Importance of Caregiver Retention
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In this episode of MatrixCare's podcast, we introduce Navin Gupta – VP of Home Care Solutions for MatrixCare and Neil Kursban - CEO of Family and Nursing Care. Gupta opens a dialogue with Kursban regarding the challenges with home health care, caregiver retention, and continuity of care.

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