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|21 Responses to Option A|
i like the simplicity
\I would pay like $20 a month
I have not heard of this. It would be a good idea.
It's short and to the point. The other one is too wordy.
most people wont be able to afford it
Sounds better to me and more easy
it sounds like a good service. i would pay less than $15 per month.
This sounds like a respectable service to set up, although it may be a while before it becomes commonplace or the norm. It is, however, feasible to pay a reasonable amount of approximately $40.
Yes, the client would pay. Bill against a $5000 retainer.
I really don't understand the concept at all.
Honestly, I really do not understand the question. I liked the fact that it says it increase family trust. I would assumed that the cost would be lumped in with every thing else charged.
The nursing homes would pay for it on a monthly basis, per employee.
Likely the patient's insurance company, if no insurance then out of pocket or the government thru Medicaid
It's more concise. I know you want more words but sometimes the best answer is that simple.
This question is poorly wordly with numerous grammar and spelling errors. I have no idea what it's asking. It sounds like a tracker, but then it mentions preventing back injuries? At this point in time, since I have no idea what the question is seeking to answer, NO.
I imagine whoever is paying for the nursing home care will be responsible for the cost, and they'll want to pay as little as possible.
a -I'm sure the nursing home conglomerates will be eager for this
I think the nursing homes should pay but that just goes to the cost of the nursing home so the person could pay. And no I have never heard of this
I'm not sure I properly understand the question. Are "nursing aids" the people, Nurse's Aides? Or are you talking about some gadget or brace or something? I think you need to spell out just what you have in mind. I would pay for the people to learn skills to prevent them from getting hurt. I would also pay for tools and equipment. But I think that the nursing home directors are the audience for this question, not the general public. Or am I totally missing it here?
yes, government/tax payers would pay for this... The amount paid would be very minimal
This is more concise
|29 Responses to Option B|
Just nothing of a need for me
I haven't heard before, but if it was not much extra (say maybe less than $100) I'm sure it'd be worth it to increase the safety of my loved ones.
As someone who will eventually be caring for my father, I fully support a program like this.
I don't think there would be a big enough need for them for them to become a big market item, I've never heard of anything like it though. I wouldn't pay for one for myself or someone I loved though, it just seems kind of redundant.
I would like to have it because I would like to think the nurse is also being taken care of. I don't know how much I would pay for it. I would need more details and options but I would expect a decent amount. maybe like $500
It is overall more descriptive in the questions being asked.
I don't understand what you're asking. Perhaps you could rephrase and ask again.
I really didn't understand to be honest so I picked B randomly.
Never heard of this, don't really understand the concept either, sorry
Honestly I barely understand the question. Is this asking about a system where inexperienced medical professionals are turned away from back injury cases? If yes, sure.. I bet anyone with the money would pay for it, but I don't know why back injury is the specific thing here.
I have never heard of anything like this, and I don't believe the statement above adequately explains what is being proposed.
I can't even tell what this is, but it seems unnecessary to me.
its just doesnt worth it
I haven't heard of it but I don't think anyone is looking to pay extra for anything like this. Although there are many costs I probably have no idea what specifically they are for, I wouldn't want another added cost
I dont even know what that means
I have not heard of this before. I would pay for this service if the overall cost of care is cheaper overall. This could bring the cost down overall.
It's more descriptive
I have no idea what I'd pay
This is a very niche idea and I don't quite understand what the use cases and market are.
I have heard too many negative things about nursing homes lately. I would pay $50.00 a month.
I don't really see the benefit in this. If they are properly trained, there's nothing to worry about.
MUCH MORE INFORMATIVE TO HELP LOVE ONES.
This question is a little convoluted, but I would say it would not help me.
I would bay similar to lifeAlert I think. A monthly subscription.
This one is better. THanks.
I haven't heard of anything like this and I'm not sure there would be a market for something like this. It is a very niche market if it does exist, just for nurses' back problems.
I've never heard of anything like this, but I guess if studies prove its cost effectiveness then I could see it being implemented. I could see it costing a yearly fee of 1000 dollars per every 3 nurses.
I'm not quite sure what the question is asking, as it seems rather poorly worded. However, my mother lives in a facility, and I could see this kind of cost being added to her cost of care as an indirect cost--but I can't see it being palatable as a direct, line item cost, as it's for the employees, not for her.
I don't even understand this questions