Jan 27, 2020
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Identifying Malnutrition upon Admission can lead to Improved Nutrition Outcomes while Securing Financial Reimbursement

Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on LinkedIn Share Send email Mail Print Print The prevalence of malnutrition among older adults is on the rise, contributing to overall higher healthcare costs.  In fact, estimates are that the cost of disease-associated malnutrition in older adults is $42 billion per year, and up to one out of ... [ Read More ]
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