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CSPAN
May 5, 2017 6:55pm EDT
following. we're becoming a very diverse country. myself being in an immigrant born in china and all of the different types of culture, religion, family structure, we don't specialize it and make it patient centered and you can imagine it's not going to work. very important issue is to recognize it has to be personal, patient centered and family centered and of course you know, how do most people want to die, to show that 60 and 90% say i would rather die at home. with dignity. everyone wants to do that. this is happening in this country is the question. i would argue that we have a system of care that hasn't adapted to the environment. after all, medicare, 50 years a ago, there with respect as many that lived such a long time, looking at the way in which medicare looks at how to pay and support services is probably not that up to date if you will, particularly for this population. so something has got to give. and so for example, kathleen is the expert and i would love for her to tell you more, medicare does not provide for social support. think about that experience when an elderly pa
CSPAN
Apr 15, 2017 12:56am EDT
this much easier. we are becoming a very diverse country. myself being an immigrant born in china. you think about the different types of culture, religion, family structure. so we do not personalize it and make it person centered and homogenize it, you can imagine it will not work. a very important issue is to recognize this has to be personal, patient centered, family centered. and because how do most people want to die is starting to show that 60% would rather die at home. this is happening in this country is the question. i would argue that we have a system of care that has not to our environment. medicare 50 years ago, that is fine. looking at the way in which medicare looks at how to pay and support services, probably not that up to date, particularly with this population. so something has to give. for example, and kathleen is the expert and i would love for her to tell you more about this, but we know that many care does not provide for social support. i have had that experience when an elderly parent had to navigate the social services, the medical services, the family car
CSPAN
Apr 24, 2017 1:45pm EDT
are becoming a diverse country myself being an immigrant born in china so you think of all different types of cultures and religion and family cultures. we don't socialize it and make it a sentence and homogenize it. an important issue to recognize this to be personal. i would argue with you that we have a system of care that has not adapted to environment. after all, medicare and 50 years ago. that time, there were not that many people living a long life of chronic diana costarakis. looking at the way that medicare looks at and how to pay and support services is not that up to date if you will for this population. so, for example, kathleen is the expert and i would love for her to tell you more about this. we do know medicare does not provide social support. just think about the experience. the risks for families and care givers and the time for activities and that's one of the big problems that we found in this report in looking at how difficult it is because we have a fragment of the system. second is, within the medicare or for that matter of the elt system itself of the insuranc
Search Results 0 to 4 of about 5 (some duplicates have been removed)