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What do you think is the significance of the family as client in the current health care environment, and how can this apply to home tele-health or patient care.

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It is my belief that the family as client in the current healthcare environment essentially means that the entire family of a patient, or group of patients, would be integrally involved in the treatment process, and due to this fact should be treated as clients along with the patient. In addition, the family unit is very important in fostering the recovery of clients, due to the fact that many clients are ...

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