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Constructing an Integrated LTC 2.0 Community Service Center from a Hospital’s Perspective-- Analysis of the Experiences of Director Medical Social Worker’s Viewpoint
Community's Health Care
Long-term Care 2.0
With an aging population and the change of health care development, the medical system in the field of community’s health care takes a role in an important responsibility, the medical service has been transferred from being passive to active; from fixed point offering medical service to community’s co-existence, providing local medical care. The process of medical socialization, medical volunteers are given a role to bridge a connection between hospitals and communities. Hospital participates in the process of Integrated LTC 2.0 Community Service Center, making directors of medical social workers have a close connection with long-term care service, they also face and feel the difficulty and pressure of taking the new innovative duty. The study deeply interviews 6 directors of medical social workers in different private and public systems of hospitals, hoping to understand the difficulties we face and the practice of self-adjustment through the process of operating long-term care unit A from subjective experience, in order to provide actual suggestions for the directors who assist to hold unit A. Through studies, results show that the directors of medical social workers can lessen the difficulties of facing new duties by taking the new duties assigned by the hospitals or operation factors into consideration, the support attitude from hospitals’ executives and trans-professional teams operations. The most important is before directors of medical social workers assist to deal with long-term care unit A, he or she must raise the ability of self-community, recognize and persist self-professional value, make favorable use of suggestive role and ability to acquire the support from directors of hospitals plus lift up to reality of trans-professional teams corporations so that they can operate individual assessment toward users of long-term care with various need in order to provide integrated, continual proper long-term care service plan.
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