Perspectives: California LTSS Summit – What a Difference Six Years Can Make
Since inception six years ago, enrollment for The SCAN Foundation’s California Summit on Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS) has doubled. The LTSS Summit provides a rare opportunity for service providers, aging and disability advocates, health plans, state officials, researchers, and the media to convene and develop a more coherent, informed, and impactful voice on behalf of older Californians, persons with disabilities, their caregivers, and service providers. In this Perspectives, Dr. Chernof discusses the sixth LTSS Summit and successes of the California Collaborative and Regional Coalitions.
This policy brief provides background on the historical development of benefit eligibility triggers in the private long-term care insurance market. Understanding how these triggers came into being can provide important information to those charged with implementing the CLASS Plan.
This policy brief provides information about how long-term care insurers implement benefit eligibility triggers in the private insurance market. The way in which companies have operationalized benefit eligibility triggers can inform the development of regulations for the CLASS Plan.
This policy brief provides information on the benefit eligibility assessment process in the private long-term care insurance industry. It focuses on how long-term care insurers use the information in the adjudication process, who is involved in the process, and how activities of daily living and cognition are assessed.