Is subacute care really a response to patient needs, or is it a way of increasing financing for providers?

After reading the case at the end of chapter 5 (pages 146-147),Consider these questions for discussion:How can subacute care meet the needs of such different patients as David and Joyce?Should both be included in a single care category, or should we create different levels of care for each?Is subacute care really a response to patient needs, or is it a way of increasing financing for providers?Reference:Chies, Steven (2022). Long-Term Care: Managing Across the Continuum (5th Edition). Burlington, MA: Jones and Bartlett Learning.