America’s population is aging, and the cost of healthcare continues to rise, with no end in sight. America’s healthcare infrastructure is already beginning to reach a breaking point and by the year 2020 there may be as many 80 million citizens over the age of 65.
In some parts of America, and the Mid-Atlantic in particular, this represents a 75% increase in the elderly population (statistics taken from the U.S. Bureau of the Census).
Population growth in many areas will also require cost-effective solutions to increase capacity, maintain quality facilities and services in order to maintain a competitive edge. Such factors make modular a logical choice for your next expansion.
Additional factors must also be taken into consideration: Natural disasters and the war on terror require healthcare facilities to be scalable in order to meet immediate demand for care. Both of the these scenarios require American medical facilities to meet the challenge in the shortest possible time. Additionally, the return of military personnel from overseas adds to the strain of healthcare institutions already stretched beyond their limit.
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