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Who is this white paper for?
This white paper is an ideal resource for:
- Anyone involved in preventing patient harm, including family members and caregivers
- Home health aides
- Managers, administrators, and other healthcare leaders
- Nursing staff and CNAs
These best practices can be applied in the following settings:
- Home Health
- Hospitals and Health Systems
- Long-Term Care Facilities
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