The Different Approaches in Health Care To Prolong Life To The Aged in Different Cultures Name Institution Table of Contents TOC \o "1-3" \h \z \u Introduction PAGEREF _Toc497282468 \h 2Health Promotion of Disease Prevention Approach PAGEREF _Toc497282469 \h 2Holistic Approach to Healthcare PAGEREF _Toc497282470 \h 3Easier Collaboration with Healthcare Providers PAGEREF _Toc497282471 \h 4Affordable Medication Needed and The Care PAGEREF _Toc497282472 \h 5New Advancement in Medical Care PAGEREF _Toc497282473 \h 6Issues with The Aging Population PAGEREF _Toc497282474 \h 7Conclusion PAGEREF _Toc497282475 \h 9References PAGEREF _Toc497282476 \h 10 The Different Approaches in Health Care to Prolong Life to the Aged in Different Cultures IntroductionAn estimated of 40 000 aged individuals lose their lives every day mainly from diseases that come with old age. Most of the elderly population cannot access health care because the health care in their countries is moribund (Haber 2016). With the advancing technology and improvement in the the aging population to prolong life. ReferencesGeorge Demiris. (2015). The Future of Home Health Care. EVIDENCE BASE FOR HOME HEALTH CARE TECHNOLOGIES. Doi:10.17226/21662 Haber D. (2016). Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. Encyclopedia of Health & Aging. Doi:10.4135/9781412956208.n102 Hall J. & Van Gool K. (2016). Ageing entitlement and funding health care. Population Ageing and Australia's Future. Doi:10.22459/paaf.11.2016.12 The health-care challenges posed by population ageing. (2012). Bulletin of the World Health Organization 90(2) 82-83. Doi:10.2471/blt.12.020212 Oleske D. M. (2016). An Epidemiological Framework for the Delivery of Health Care Services. Epidemiology and the Delivery of Health Care Services 3-28. Doi:10.1007/0-306-47557-x_1 Satariano W. A. Scharlach A. E. & Lindeman D. (2014). Aging Place and Technology. Journal of Aging and Health 26(8) 1373-1389. Doi:10.1177/0898264314543470 Thompson H. J. Demiris G. Rue T. Shatil E. Wilamowska K. Zaslavsky O. & Reeder B. (2013). A Holistic Approach to Assess Older Adults' Wellness Using e-Health Technologies. Telemedicine and e-Health 17(10) 794-800. Doi:10.1089/tmj.2011.0059 [...]
length of 8-10 pages, excluding cover page. The paper can cover a variety of topics but must focus on issues pertinent to the class (see below). The paper can be of various types: a literature-research paper; an advocacy (opinion-based) paper that is also based in the literature; an examination of an issue or problem, particularly from one’s current, past or anticipated workplace, again with a base in the literature; course is the Social Context of Aging: Global Perspectives, and the paper should strongly reflect this.