Routing Cognitive Assessments in Massachusetts

Annual wellness visits are supposed to include cognitive assessments, but only 16% of elders are asked about problems with memory or thinking. As a result, nearly ½ of Americans with Alzheimer’s have not been diagnosed. That’s about to change in the state of Massachusetts. A new law in Massachusetts requires that all doctors, nurses, and physician assistants are trained in Alzheimer’s diagnosis and care. Part of this care requires routine cognitive assessments.

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