What are some of the challenges that LTCH have that are not seen in the acute care hospitals?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 9:25 am ad1c9bdddf
Long term care hospitals are faced with many challenges, and the challenges will grow as the population continue to age and grow. The Baby Boom generation will begin retiring in 2010, and the number of people aged 85 and older that will require long term care will double by 2020. One of the challenges facing in long term care hospitals is that there is a shortages of workforce for helping the elderly. The demand for long term care exceeds the qualified workers who can deliver the ...
Long term care hospitals are faced with many challenges, and the challenges will continue to grow as the aging population doubles every year. The Baby Boom generation will begin retiring in 2010, and the number of people aged 85 and older that will require long term care will double by 2020. This will lead to a greater need for long term care.
Invest in a short term or long term care facility
There are a variety of different types of nonhospital clinic and care facilities. My hospital system is deciding to expand operations by adding a nonhospital clinic or care facility. The chief executive officer (CEO) has asked me to perform preliminary research and deliver a presentation to the executive team during our upcoming strategic planning meeting to consider possible alternatives.
I need to describe 1 long-term care and 1 short-term care facility, with focus on credentialing, marketing, ethical, and corporate structure concerns.
I have to use PowerPoint presentation of 15 slides on the strengths and weaknesses of the 2 options.
My presentation has to demonstrate the following:
•What are the differences in long- and short-term care facilities?
•How are they financed?
•What are the administrative concerns that I would have as a manager of each of these?
•What recommendations should I make to help the executive team in its decision-making process?