The CARE (Care, Advise, Record, Enable) Act is designed to support family caregivers as they help their loved ones during and after hospitalizations. To encourage hospitals to become more patient- and family-focused in their care practices, hospitals are required to provide caregivers with the necessary information to properly assist their loved ones at home. To date, the law has been passed or enacted by 18 states.
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