Not Cost Effective
Some assume that person-centered care is simply not possible to implement because it would increase operating costs. They think that although this approach would be good for people with hearing loss in an ideal world, it would hurt their bottom-line.
Implementing person-centered care does not require large investments in technology or new equipment. Other than training costs, person-centered care is basically free. It is about enhancing interactions, building trust, and ensuring that needs are met.