The daunting cost of senior care

September 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;9/23/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 20, p45
The article offers the author's insights on how to reduce the overall cost of senior health care through planning ahead, educating clients with their health care options, and seeking health care information and resources.


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