Managing financial resources in Health and social care -...

This preview shows page 1 - 6 out of 11 pages.

Managing financial resources in Health and social care
Background image
ContentsHealth Care.................................................................................................................................4Social Care.................................................................................................................................4Integration of Health and Social Care........................................................................................4REQUISITES FOR MANAGING FINANCIAL AND OTHER RESOURCES.......................6Planning......................................................................................................................................6Management...............................................................................................................................8Health and Social Care in India.................................................................................................9REFERENCES.........................................................................................................................11Health CareAccording to WHO, “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being andnot merely an absence of disease or infirmity.”
It has been always important for the people to be generally, physically and mentally fit in order to provide and also enjoy economical and social benefits. As falling sick or getting hurtis very uncertain to the people, therefore, interpolation of health care became a necessary evilto assist people with such uncertainties in their lives. Health care as a matter of course is regarded as an essential foundation in promoting over-all well being of the people involving their mental health and physical health all around the globe(Wheeler and Grice, 2000). Social CareThere are some sections of the society, which need extra support and care, be it a practical support or an emotional support, these people who demand such assistance lack something which cause them to be dependent for extra attention and care. Such support is provided to such sections of the society to enable them to do activities happily which others who do not require extra care or support take for granted. This is generally termed as social care. Social care is provided to everyone, regardless of person’s background. It is provided to old age people, ill people, children, disables or to poverty stricken people. There are established social care teams under local authority of the respective areas. The people involved in such teams are also called social carers.Integration of Health and Social CareHowever, health care and social care are integrated services as both are somehow interlinked and the sufferers are also humans. As health care is given to the humans and providing services to needy humans are called social services. Most of the countries take both the matters jointly and bring about measures to look after it. These services are derivable from health and care providers. Not everyone is eligible to provide such services .in order to become eligible for providing health care and social services, the applicants have to go through various professional courses as it involves a range of academic and vocational courses. Health care and social care can be and are studied as a subject in colleges and the discipline of this subject embrace elements of many other social subjects or biological subjects, such as sociology, biology, nutrition, anthropology, history, law and ethics. The students intending to become social and health care providers can engage themselves in part
time jobs or internship which is in relation to their subjects simultaneously with their academic studies. They may seek placements in social homes, nursery, social institutions, hospitals or caring establishments. After acquiring the qualifications, the students may begin

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture