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Health Economist Reveals New Strategy to Increase Access to Care for Dementia Population

Dr. Miranda Moore is a well-published Assistant Professor in Family and Preventive Medicine Health, Research Coordinator and Health Economist who has spent years studying the provider workforce and how it aligns with needs of today’s patient populations. She has recently…

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Acclaimed Health Literacy Experts Advocates for Treating Cognitive Conditions in a Way that Patients and Families Can Understand

Dr. Ruth Parker is a Professor of Medicine, Pediatrics and Public Health, and a Sr. Fellow in Ethics at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Her core passion is health literacy, a critically important, yet often overlooked subject that is now…

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Leader in Cognitive Health Shares Insight on How PCPs Can Directly Help Patients Suffering from Dementia

Dr. Sharon Bergquist is a Medical Director with Emory Executive Health and Master Clinician at the Emory Department of Medicine. But it’s her role as a primary care physician that gives her a unique insight on the front lines, caring…

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In The Spotlight: Cara Pellino

It takes a team of very skilled individuals to support this important program. As we progress forward with our critical work, we want to take a moment and highlight some of our key individuals. Today, we get to know Cara…

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In The Spotlight: Mary Caldwell

It takes a team of very skilled individuals to support this important program. As we progress forward with our critical work, we want to take a moment and highlight some of our key individuals. Today, we get to know Mary…

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Georgia Memory Net Supports Patients Through Their PCP. Here’s How It Works.

The rate of increase for Alzheimer’s in the state of Georgia is high compared to much of the U.S. It’s a problem that’s only getting worse and it’s one of the reasons that Georgia Memory Net was born. Supported by…

Georgia Memory Net at a Glance

Why is Georgia Memory Net here? There’s so much information about Alzheimer’s and related dementias in Georgia, and how to diagnose and treat them, that it can become overwhelming. We’ve done our best to simplify the info into a clear one-page infographic.

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