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    "Sleep Disturbances in Dementia"

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    GAPNA has partnered with a Clinical Care Options to offer an ongoing series of free CNE programs available to GAPNA members. "Vaccinations and Healthy Aging: Protecting Your Older Patients From Shingles" is the latest program offered.

    In this live webinar on September 30, 2020  at 3:00 PM, US Eastern, expert faculty expert faculty discuss how important it is to prevent shingles in older patients.

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    In an effort to support our members with the most updated information on COVID-19 we developed this resource page to easily access current CDC information and other resources to assist you professionally and personally.

    We will continue to update this page with more information as it becomes available and welcome your input as we navigate through this situation. As health care professionals it is our job to educate our patients and families on prevention and the what to do if someone is symptomatic.

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Health Care Quality Ranked by State

Maine, Massachusetts, Wisconsin, New Hampshire, and Minnesota were the nation’s top-performing states for health care quality, according to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s (AHRQ) updated State Snapshots.

The State Snapshots are an interactive online resource that provides state-level data showing how all 50 states and the District of Columbia performed on more than 250 measures related to health care quality and access to care.

Drawn from AHRQ’s 2015 National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Report, the State Snapshots show how each state fared according to National Quality Strategy priorities, prevalence of diseases and conditions, health status of priority populations, insurance status, access to care, care type,  and care setting.

While the 2015 report shows progress nationwide in access to and affordability of care, the State Snapshots reveal substantial variations across states and sizable disparities related to race, ethnicity, income, and other factors.

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