Lay healthcare workers arenon-clinically trained professionals carrying out functions related to healthcare delivery, trained in the context of an intervention, and not requiring a formal professional certification.
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Innovative Delivery Models: Lay Healthcare Workers Transforming Patient Care
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Why Lay Healthcare Workers in Care Delivery?
Lay healthcare workers in care delivery are gaining traction in the U.S. because of the complex, costly healthcare environment in which we provide care. A lay healthcare worker performs functions related to healthcare delivery for patients and families while supporting traditional healthcare roles and enhancing care. Read more...