Dialysis is changing more rapidly than almost any other field in healthcare; it is changing in terms of how and where care is delivered, and how that care is financed. The FRAA is positioned to bring you up-to-date information for clinical and operational dialysis services.
Dialysis Nurses and Patient Care Technician’s specialize in complex renal care, and are responsible for setting-up, monitoring, and educating their patients for their dialysis treatments. The FRAA delivers current clinical and professional information for direct patient care.
Renal Social Workers ensure an integrated continuum-of-care for patients and their families to not only learn how to cope with kidney disease, but how to thrive! The FRAA is committed to providing resources for today’s Renal Social Workers and their patients.
Renal Dietitians are an essential part of the patient’s support system by providing knowledge and individualized nutrition care plans for their patients. The FRAA gathers the latest dietary information to present to Renal Dietitians.