Forbes: What The New Congress Will Mean For Medicare And Other Issues For Older Adults

“Long-term care financing reform. Earlier this year, Pallone developed draft legislation to create a public catastrophic long-term care insurance program. The idea, roughly similar to a proposal developed by the Long-Term Care Financing Collaborative and a more detailed version by policy experts Marc Cohen and Judy Feder, would provide a universal benefit of roughly $100 after a two-year waiting period.”

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