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Countermeasures of Community Elderly Care Service from the Perspective of Combination of Medical Care and Elderly Care

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Xiufeng Chen

The First Affiliated Hospital of Anhui University of Science and Technology (Huainan First People’s Hospital), Huainan, 232007, Anhui, China.

*Corresponding author: Xiufeng Chen

Abstract

Aging of population is an important social problem that our country begins to face, because the number of the elderly in our country is increasing year by year at the present stage, so our country should actively explore a good pension service model to meet the basic service needs of the elderly. Increasing number of elderly people in the medical security system of our country present stage and extremely far-reaching impact on social and economic development, so we should keep in medical combination under the perspective of family old-age security functions into full play, improve the community health care, rehabilitation and nursing function, expand the scope of capital investment in the community endowment, improve the service personnel's professional ability and the quantity. Finally, we should explore a good service model for the whole life cycle of the elderly. In order to better serve the elderly, through analyzing the factors that affect the attitude of the elderly population to the community’s “integrated medical care” elderly care service, we will continuously upgrade the community’s integrated medical care service and make it the best choice for the elderly to provide for the elderly.

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Countermeasures of Community Elderly Care Service from the Perspective of Combination of Medical Care and Elderly Care

How to cite this paper: Xiufeng Chen. (2022) Countermeasures of Community Elderly Care Service from the Perspective of Combination of Medical Care and Elderly CareInternational Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine Research6(1), 52-59.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/ijcemr.2022.01.010

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