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Aged care crisis brings success of health reform into question

Baby boomers need 15,000 more care beds by 2030, but pressures are mounting.

Residential aged care provides far more beds than the public health system. Source: Masonic Villages Trust.

Andrew Bevin Tue, 19 Jul 2022

An ‘essential’ part of New Zealand’s health reform is warning of a collapse if more isn’t done to alleviate the series of intertwined pressures faced by aged residential care.

While rest homes have garnered something of a bad rap for being dreary places that smell of overcooked mince, they

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Andrew Bevin Tue, 19 Jul 2022
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