The bottom line

There is no doubt that intermediate care is not a cheap option and there is some doubt about its effectiveness over other forms of care. A study by Andrea Steiner, senior lecturer in gerontology and health policy at Southampton University, found that intermediate care did not necessarily solve the problem ...

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