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California's weak economy has voters cutting back on current expenses and largely unable to meet essential future ones, such as the cost of long-term care.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 24, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Long-Term Quality Alliance (LTQA) today released a summary of its Innovative Communities Summit held in Washington D.C. in late 2010.
Roadmaps showcase state best practices to improve services and control costs for millions of Americans with long-term care needs LONG BEACH, Calif. and HAMILTON, N.J., Nov.
Three new publications seek to educate and inform long-term care policy reforms in the state. LONG BEACH, Calif., Nov.
California fact at a glance: The number of Californians age 65 and older is projected to increase by 100% from 2010 to 2030. LONG BEACH, Calif., Oct.
Available for download on The SCAN Foundation Web site, DataBriefs call attention to issues surrounding long-term care services and those who use them, while highlighting opportunities for system-wide improvements through health reform. LONG BEACH, Calif., Sept.
Six new fact sheets draw attention to national figures on long-term care that provide an introduction to some of the field's most significant topics LONG BEACH, Calif., Sept.
The new health reform law creates a framework for care that is accessible, affordable and offered in the most appropriate settings. LONG BEACH, Calif., Aug.
With funding from The SCAN Foundation, the Spring/Summer 2010 issue of Public Policy and Aging Report features seven articles that recount the origins of the CLASS Act, analyze the legislation's key provisions, and explore potential hurdles of implementation LONG BEACH, Calif., Aug.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.