Barriers, Burnout, and Bottlenecks: Common Problems in Cognitive Care

With almost 50 million people worldwide affected by dementia—and Alzheimer’s disease the likely cause in 60% to 80% of these cases—detection and care is at a critical juncture. Despite high prevalence of cognitive disease, significant barriers, healthcare provider burnout, and systemic bottlenecks all interfere with their identification and treatment.  By exploring common problems in cognitive […]

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