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The life cycle concept helps us untangle the relative stresses and burdens of different patterns of caring and to think about how home care benefits should relate to family carers.
And so we have hospitals filled to capacity in every city, caring for patients in a slow and inefficient fashion.
But, in looking back at the past, those whose passion is caring for our elderly and chronically ill can take heart in just how far we have come.
The end result of effective partnerships along the health care value chain is that everyone "wins," no one gets "hammered," and health care services are provided with quality, caring, and service.
One may even make the case that caring for a patient in assisted living facilities is less costly than caring for a patient at home.