For the chronically ill child, life can appear as a frightening series of doctors’ appointments, emergency room visits and hospitalizations. The Seton Healthcare Family is spending more than $1 million a year on a clinical trial to see if it can change that.
Seton showed the media Friday a sort of one-stop shop where doctors, nurses, social workers, mental health workers and others team up to improve the care of some of the Austin-area’s most medically fragile children, while also helping their families.
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