Some of the world countries have homes where the aged live. The homes have nurses who look after the old people. Different organizations volunteer to care for these people. Governments, however, ought to take charge and pay for the services offer to the aged population because the certainty of healthcare is critical. This is in view that governments have the role to care and protect its citizens. The aged is an important part of any population that deserves good healthcare. The cost of healthcare for the aged population is usually high because the aged are prone to diseases (Oliver, 2013). The government, therefore, can ensure their wellbeing by funding their healthcare services in the various instructions. An important reference to benefits realized from the provision of healthcare services to the aged was the initiation of the NHS. The initiation helped to improve the life expectancy from 65 to 79 years for men and 83 for women (Hayashi, 2015).
The US society, for instance, has families focusing largely on the nuclear unit of the whole family. The aged people, often with grown children, have to cater for themselves or seek attention from the various homes for the aged. The government should provide for these aged people to relieve hospitals from the pressure of the increased number of older patients. In any case, hospital facilities such as beds were designed to serve patients with infectious or single-organ diseases (Hayashi, 2015). The facilities are not suitable for older people who may have multiple co-morbidities. Older people deserve good medical care services. They, however, should be served from government funded homes where they can receive special services from nurses and other healthcare professionals (Oliver, 2013). That way, there will be little pressure on hospital facilities allowing the rest of the populace to access them.