U.S. hospitals ignore improving elder care. That’s a mistake
In the 21st century, health care is to elderhood as education is to childhood. But we don’t see bond measures for the “construction, expansion, renovation, and equipping” of hospitals to optimize care of old people. People age 65 and older make up just 16 percent of the U.S. population but nearly 40 percent of hospitalized adults. Remarkably, hospitals aren’t designed with elders in mind.
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