- Current over-capacities in inpatient facilities
- Lack of specialist resources combined with high levels of fluctuation
- Poor management methods and leadership tools
- Need for investment and lack of financial resources for healthcare property
- Capped budgets for cost centres and increasing personnel costs and overheads putting pressure on margins
- Long-term increase in demand and increased requirements from patients in terms of property quality and specialisations
- Linking inpatient elderly care with outpatient and acute medical healthcare formats and integration of government elderly care into the social structures of
communes / cities.
- Creation of support services for the 65+ generation.
- Use of volunteers from this generation for this support
- Removing the stigma from death as part of the life-cycle.
Without pro-active action, analysis of the available empirical results on the economic development of the industry suggests that the continued existence of many
companies is under threat.