Demand a plan. Times up.

Did we learn today that the cost of keeping seniors in hospital beds is less costly than hiring the doctors needed to fill those beds with people on wait lists? Are hospitals forced to keep beds occupied by low maintainance, low risk long term care patients to save money? Are wait times artificially long in aims to wait out on admitting patience with more expensive treatments in hopes that a percentage die first?

Wouldn’t providing Hospital quality care minus the risk of toxic exposure (home care etc)

create more mobile appropriate care worker job position.

(More government subsidized jobs for nurses and care givers) to care for our rapidly aging public.

Share if you think it's too risky to have long term care in hospitals. Weakoned imune systems exposed to the world most disease concentrated environments in our communities.

#notoxicsoupforyou

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Created with images by Galeria del Ministerio de Defensa del Perú - "Hospital Naval" • originalhamster - "Masonic Power 3000" • geralt - "civilian service care dementia" • Ted Van Pelt - "The Coopers"

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