The Role of Remote Health Care System in Senior Citizen

Zhe YU, Ling WANG, Ao YU

Abstract


From Chinese traditional point of view, family support is the recognition means among the elderly and children; the support of children to the elderly is the bounden duty of maintenance and obligations. However, with the evolving of social structures, industrial restructuring, urbanization, smaller families, family members shrinking and other factors, family pension as the main mode is constantly under attack, and its function have begun to weaken. Coupled with the supply of lack of social services to the senior citizen, making the growing problem of support of senior citizen. The intervention of remote health care system can both improve the efficiency of care, and greatly reduce the burden on the elderly themselves and their families, and it will play a more active role in senior citizen.


Keywords


Remote health care system; Senior citizen; Socialization

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2F4052

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