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Medical Record Keeping Tips for Caregivers

Recordkeeping2Emergencies come with caregiving. Whether an emergency means accompanying a loved one to the ER or making a trip to the person’s home or nursing home, the more information we have at our fingertips the better. The medical visits, medication changes and behavioral episodes caregivers help their loved ones through can become a blur to us. Yet, in an emergency, remembering – or forgetting – one medication change can save time or possibly even save a life.

View slideshow on HealthCentral for tips on keeping medical records for loved one:

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