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Changing Aging Care: Personal, not Institutional Care–What Can Be Done and What You Can Do; and my new advisory and board appointments

The Limits Of Medicare “Medicare is great for medical care, but it simply does not cover the support and personal care services that frail elderly people need. The current system cannot support those needs—the way we pay for care is … Continue reading

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When Consumer Protection Isn’t There: Part II: Epidemic of Lapsed Policies?

This is a follow-up to an earlier blog and recounts the findings against another long-term care insurance company that had a comparable complaint.  The Company was fined and given a cease and desist order.  Read the whole story below.  And … Continue reading

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