Are we listening to people’s care preferences?
Although recent data from the LeadingAge LTSS Center @UMass Boston shows that U.S. adults, age 50+, feel their care preferences are being considered more often, stark racial and socioeconomic inequities persist. That’s the main finding of a comprehensive look at care preferences from 2014-20, funded by The SCAN Foundation.
The analyses reveal that race, income, and geography highly influence people’s care experiences. Read the related press release.