LTC Financing: Shaping Affordable Pathways for Aging with Dignity

This series summarizes current issues in financing long-term care and outlines policy options for increasing affordable access to services.

Briefing: What's The State Of LTC Financing - And What Are The Options For The Future?

On Wednesday, March 20, 2013, experts convened at the National Press Club in Washingon, D.C for a briefing hosted by The SCAN Foundation on the key issues affecting the nation's long-term care system. They presented practical options from various perspectives for increasing access to affordable long-term care services for the millions of Americans needing this support.  

Size of the Employer and Self-Employed Markets Without Access to Long-Term Care Coverage Options

By Jeremy Pincus, Katherine Wallace-Hodel, and Katey Brown

Medicaid Spend Down: Implications for Long-Term Services and Supports and Aging Policy

By Joshua M. Wiener, Wayne L. Anderson, Galina Khatutsky, Yevgeniya Kaganova, and Janet O’Keeffe (RTI International) and Anne Tumlinson, Eric Hammelman, and Elana Stair (Avalere Health)

RTI International: Medicaid Spend Down: New Estimates and Implications for Long-Term Services and Supports Financing Reform

By Joshua M. Wiener, Wayne L. Anderson, Galina Khatutsky, Yevgeniya Kaganova, and Janet O’Keeffe

Avalere: Insuring Americans for Long-Term Services and Supports: Challenges and Limitations of Voluntary Insurance

By Anne Tumlinson, Eric Hammelman, Elana Stair, and Joshua M. Wiener