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Singapore's MOH to improve palliative care by increasing inpatient beds
 

Singapore's MOH to improve palliative care by increasing inpatient beds

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To meet the needs of an ageing population, the Ministry of Health will be upgrading palliative care services through funding as well as increasing inpatient beds by 2020.
 
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20 Feb 2017 - General
 
Mark Edmon Tan healthcare is one of the effective elements that influence the progression of any country and as long as efforts are done to improve this element, whatever the target, the best results will be obtained.
As far I know that eldery people are increasing in Singapore and represent a big percentage , so palliative care and home healthcare is a great step and an important approach to be focused on an...
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Singapore is considered one of the busiest cities in Asia and most of its population belong to the working class. Due to the demands of their jobs, people in Singapore need the help of the Ministry of Health to look after the elderly in their homes. This is good news for everyone. Increasing in-patient beds also means increasing man power in government owned health facilities in Singapore. This is a good opportunity for health care workers in the Philippines and nearby Asian countries who are se...
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