​​​​​​Contrast the positive and negative aspects of care giving from the caregiver’s perspective and discuss the issues that tip the balance for any given individual. How would support an


  1. Contrast the positive and negative aspects of care giving from the caregiver’s perspective and discuss the issues that tip the balance for any given individual.  How would support and incentives for informal caregivers support our current long-term care system?

the people who are working for caregivers, is service providers to the patients in several dimensions. they need to understand the needs of patients, treated them, serve them with care, affection and love. can you imagine how a 2-year-old kid behaves, the same way these people to care of the patients. the benefits of these people are, they get more satisfaction than any other. because they are serving people who are not able to take care of themselves. god gives us birth, but rebirth only gifted by doctors only. hence, caregivers are doing the job perfectly. the drawbacks of this job are, many of the patients and their relative people does not know how these people are working. many of the people assumes that, they are paying, then why don’t they do better than this.

it is all about quality of service the caregivers offer to patients. these caregivers spend most of the time with patients only. they do not have much time to spend with their family and for personal obligations.

these people must offer a little high pay than existing level of pays. as i already said that, these people psychologically bear much tension and personally, and heartfully serve to the people. assume that you are repairing a car, how do you deal it. you do not ask anything the car. just you proceed based on the problem, and the car never expects any return from you. but a patient, whose health is in trouble, expects many things from you. you are there to cure the medical problem along with psychological problems of the patient. the patient expects something from you, he asks, gives suggestions, raise his voice, create more hurdles, may not react properly and so on. but at the end it is your talent, to make him perfect and cure from the problem. so, it is better to offer some high pays to the caregivers in the industry.

when these people get some good income, a greater number of people takes this as employment opportunity and more kind of concentration will be taken on patients. they caretakers never treat the patients as patients, they always treat them like their birth child only. they only they can serve as caregivers, otherwise they cannot survive in the profession.

2.      Long-term care providers may be considered in a continuum of care. Summarize this concept and include the three elements of a continuum

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 Long term care providers are experiencing the need to operate in a highly efficient cost-effective manner, has third party payers have become much more restrictive in defining the types and amounts of costs for which they will pay.

it had also motivated many providers of long term care engage in various forms of reengineering, attempting to maintain or expand their particular portion of the market through reorganization.

One approach to defining the interrelationship among long term care providers is to consider them collectively as a continuum of care.

Also, the term continuum of care it may be specific subsystem serving a defined geographic area or a service population, such as integrated care networks (competition, cooperation, integration) the elements of continuum remain the same.

It is client-oriented, comprehensive and integrated.

The continuum is comprehensive: A Long-term care system, whether local or national in scope, must provide all of the services needed by its consumers if it is to be a true continuum.

The continuum is integrated: Dr. Eastwick emphasizes that a continuum of care is an integrated system of care more than a collection of fragmented services.

The continuum of care is not a set of concentric circles. a set of concentric circles is another frequently used means of visualizing the continuum of care, with acute services at the hub and less intensive services in the outer circles.

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