Achieving long-term care insurance system "Securing human resources" PM Abe February 19, 18:58
At the meeting of the government's all-generation social security review meeting, Prime Minister Abe said that securing human resources is important for maintaining the long-term care insurance system, and considered specific measures such as reducing the burden on care staff using the latest technology. To the relevant ministers.
At the 19th meeting, the long-term care insurance system was on the agenda, and about 70% of the nursing care establishments felt that there was a shortage of workers. The prospect of requiring human resources was shown.
In response, Prime Minister Abe said, "It is important to maintain the nursing care infrastructure and secure human resources while ensuring the sustainability of the system."
He pointed out that in order to reduce the burden on caregivers, it is necessary to use cutting-edge technologies such as sensors to monitor elderly people, and to keep up with the demand for services while maintaining service quality.
In addition, in order to reduce the burden on business operators, uniform documents to be submitted to administrative organizations nationwide, and clarify that services that can be covered by insurance and services that are not applied can be flexibly combined and provided. He instructed relevant ministers to consider specific measures for a final report to be compiled in the summer.