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What are the three current strengths and three current weaknesses of our current long term care system? What is the one criterion that should be included in long term care systems now?

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Long term care is client-centered. Today's long term care providers work hard to provide care that focuses on the individual client's needs, rather than simply focusing on a set of services that may or may not be useful. It is readily available in many regions of the U.S., though it may not be available in all areas. It is provided by a variety of healthcare businesses, such as hospitals, home health agencies and long term care facilities. Long term care is improving in quality. With the regulation required by government programs, facilities and care givers must meet certain standards, to maintain eligibility for funding of services (Pratt, 2010). The regulations and standards are ...

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An assessment is presented to evaluate three current strengths and three current weaknesses of our current long term care system.

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