A Study on the Integration of Multiple Subjects in Financial Supply of Traditional Chinese Medicine for Long-term care
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China is a country with an aging population, and the social risks brought by the incapacitated elderly and demented elderly are constantly increasing. It is difficult for families to bear the financial burden of long-term care for the incapacitated elderly and demented elderly independently, so they must rely on external forces to provide financial support for long-term care. The advantages of Traditional Chinese Medicine in the treatment and rehabilitation of senile diseases are increasingly
... are increasingly prominent, but there is still a lack of integration between Traditional Chinese Medicine services and long-term care of the elderly, which should guide social subjects to enter the field of long-term care of the elderly in Traditional Chinese Medicine. This paper analyzes the feasibility of "3+1" model in which multiple subjects, such as family, government, market, charity and public welfare organizations, share the financial burden of long-term care for the incapacitated elderly and demented elderly, and studies the construction of an effective financial supply integration mechanism.