Cremona – The “RSA case” broke out in the neighboring province of Piacenza, where it appeared Uil-Fpl which calls for urgent reform of the social and health system and a task force between Ausl and structures to deal with a very weak system especially with a nursing shortage; In the Cremonese region is no better than the chiefcatch youAnd Walter Montney He says it is necessary to “take care of wages”, as well as to avoid the constant flight of health workers into the public contract. In Emilia Prefecture, the question was asked Janmaria Peggy NS Agostino Zanotti By Uil Fpl: «Nursing homes faced a global health emergency as workers had to face a situation marked by a huge disparity between available resources and the need for health care. The virus has, in fact, brought to light an outdated regional and residential organization, still anchoring basic care operations toward a user target that has now disappeared into sheltered homes.. The crisis that has erupted and this situation has shown how weak our safety net is for the non-elderly
The fixed-rate regional contribution made so far is no longer sufficient with regard to the increased needs of the elderly. If there is no review of this data as well, in addition to employee overexposure, there will also be more distance between reality and concern for service quality.
Self-sufficiency. A weakness that is destined to multiply if we do not decide to intervene immediately, in a show of care about which there is little talk today.” They talk about a comprehensive reorganization of the entire system, but also about the operational nodes that daily contribute to the stress of RSA standards and employees. “At the regional and local levels, an outdated and inappropriate tool such as the case mix to account for staff continues to be applied – they explain – a model that calculates the complexity of care in a way that today no longer meets the real reality. needs of elderly guests. There are alternative models, but our region insists on this method, and it is certainly less burdensome on the fund economy for people who are not self-sufficient, as they have to compensate already underpaid employees. And, as if that were not enough, Ausl fears regressive adjustments, to respond to established service contracts and the extreme difficulty of finding nurses.” The nurse shortage is defined specifically as “a very serious problem for the health and social health system, given the number of locked unaccounted Sufficient and unchanging in universities and the migration of professionals abroad. In nursing homes, the problem is greater due to more disadvantaged conditions compared to colleagues in the health care company. They pointed out from the union that today there is a lack of political response and the establishment of a consistent task force to assist structures, which is a huge difficulty given the ongoing chart of nurses: “How can we envision the review of the case mix, down, by the health care company, if it is not found? On the nurses to adjust the situation? Lowering the standard means reducing all other standards of welfare, as the Accreditation Act states, to arrive at the paradox of a surplus of some professionals without an appreciable reduction in the burdens of welfare.” Not only: “Today’s nursing emergency will be the case for tomorrow’s OOS staff, whose supplies are starting to run out. The correction of personnel standards along with the organization to be reviewed strongly indicates the need to review the social and health reward system.. The fixed-rate regional contribution made so far is no longer sufficient with regard to the increased needs of the elderly. If there is no review of this data as well, in addition to employee overexposure, there will also be more distance between reality and concern for service quality.”
Referring to confrontation and reform, on the Cremona front, Montini is fully involved: «If a master nurse with a Uneba contract takes 1,200 euros and 1,500 with a local authorities contract, then obviously we will continue to see a shift. There is also a shortage of nurses in our county, and if we don’t get our hands on the pay, we will gradually witness the forced closure of some departments due to staff shortages.”.
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