A woman in Texas cares for her grandmother, who has severe dementia, in November 2018. At the time, her grandmother had lived with her for more than five years. (Dominik Lange/Unsplash)

The nation can’t just train its way to the ‘future of care.’ We need a big rethink.

Investments in education are critical to the future of professional caregiving—but they alone won’t be enough, writes Van Ton-Quinlivan, CEO of Futuro Health. The economics and equity of the whole system need to be rethought.