AHCA wants federal LTC program

Peck, Richard L.
May 1995
Nursing Homes: Long Term Care Management;May95, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p8
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Reports on the American Health Care Association's Board of Directors' call for a federalized approach to long-term care financing. Proposal that all long-term care financing be within the Medicare; Support for universal long-term care coverage with sliding deductibles, co-insurance and premiums based on the continuum of services; Criticism of the inadequacy of the current Medicaid-based financing.


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