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   Heath Guardian's train to diagnose conditions that often present differently in older adults; develop care plans that address the special health care needs of older adults; communicate with families and other caregivers; be responsible for care coordination across settings; and to take a patient-centered, evidence-based holistic approach to maintaining older adults’ functional status, independence and quality of life.

   The Health Guardian providing primary care for the elderly act as a point of contact on a team of healthcare providers, keeping track of complex drug interactions and prioritizing treatments for people who may be dealing with several conditions and chronic illnesses.

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