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Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes – Who Watches the Watchers?

More elders are dependent on third parties for daily care. This, combined with the facts that they have more financial resources than previous generations are living longer, have led to a major reshaping of elder care facilities. Long term care institutions and hospices are now almost entirely profit driven and often owned by investors rather than health care professionals.
Credits: 1 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
Provider: IL NAELA
SKU: NAELA2402-R
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More elders are dependent on third parties for their daily care. They are also living longer and have more resources (assets and medical insurance) than prior generations.

Unfortunately, these factors have led to a major reshaping of elder care facilities. Long term care institutions and hospices are now almost entirely profit driven and often owned by investors rather than health care professionals.

The result is that those who we have trusted to watch this vulnerable population have become focused on the bottom line, to the detriment of patients.

The Elder Law Attorney can and should provide legal counseling to the client and family re patient rights and concerns on an on-going basis. Doing so will help ensure early identification, remedial action, and where appropriate compensation.

Janis Landis, Member, Board of Directors, Final Exit Network, Tallahassee, FL

More elders are dependent on third parties for their daily care. They are also living longer and have more resources (assets and medical insurance) than prior generations.

Unfortunately, these factors have led to a major reshaping of elder care facilities. Long term care institutions and hospices are now almost entirely profit driven and often owned by investors rather than health care professionals.

The result is that those who we have trusted to watch this vulnerable population have become focused on the bottom line, to the detriment of patients.

The Elder Law Attorney can and should provide legal counseling to the client and family re patient rights and concerns on an on-going basis. Doing so will help ensure early identification, remedial action, and where appropriate compensation.

Janis Landis, Member, Board of Directors, Final Exit Network, Tallahassee, FL

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Program Date11/15/23
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Program Date11/15/23
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