Long-Term Care Financing

Senators weigh need for individual mandate in long-term care financing reform

Senators weigh need for individual mandate in long-term care financing reform

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Senators and a panel of experts wrangled over whether effective long-term care reform hinges on a federal mandate for all individuals to buy some type of LTC insurance, at a Special Committee on Aging hearing on Thursday.

'Self-reliance' a key to long-term care financing reform, experts say

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The United States is likely to favor an approach to long-term care financing reform that values self-reliance but includes some form of social safety net, according to a new report from a panel of experts.

Interest-ing times

Interest-ing times

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As interest rates slowly nudge upward and public financing agencies remain under scrutiny, analysts look at the ramifications for skilled nursing and seniors housing

State News

State News

Connecticut — The National Labor Relations Board has sued HealthBridge Management for contempt of court, marking the latest development in a long-running dispute.