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What information is included on a patient care website?

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The American Physical Therapy Association has a patient care segment of its website with articles on different patient care scenarios such as balance and falls, behavior change, hospice and palliative care, and family violence. Many government and private sector patient care agencies also provide information about their services on their websites.

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Visitors to the APTA website can click on the article categories to view articles. Some of these link to other websites. Some organizations, such as Patient Care, have additional patient care advocacy and information services. Patient Care engages in advocacy between health care providers and insurance companies and provides health care enrollment services, health care cost transparency tools and nurse navigation.

Organizations such as the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and academic institutions such as John Hopkins University's medicine division use the patient care segments of their websites to showcase their patient care services. In the case of John Hopkins Medicine, this includes direct patient care services such as appointment requests, patient care centers, bill payments and personal charts, as well as extensions of these services, such as patient care seminars.

Various government agencies also provide patient care. The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs details its patient care services for veterans and service locations on its website.

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