ASPE hosted a long-term care financing colloquium entitled: "Past, Present, and Future: Understanding Trends in Long-Term Care Financing and Americans' Conflicting Preferences." The colloquium was scheduled for July 30, 2015 and was available as a webinar. Participants heard about ASPE-sponsored projects by RTI International and the Urban Institute that challenge many longstanding beliefs around long-term care planning and financing. The colloquium included a series of presentations followed by an ASPE-led panel discussion. Specifically, RTI staff presented findings from the 2014 Survey of Long-Term Care Awareness and Planning and discrete choice experiment; and staff from the Urban Institute presented new data on the risk of long-term care and Medicaid spend down. Following the presentations, a panel discussion took place with some of the country's leading long-term care financing experts who are currently thinking about how our system could be reformed.
As more ASPE information on long-term care financing is published, it will be added on this page.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Long-Term Care Awareness and Planning: What Do Americans Want?
- The Risk of Needing LTSS: DYNASIM Projections
- Beyond Spend-down: The Prevalence and Process of Transitions to Medicaid
- Choosing Long-Term Care Insurance Policies: What Do People Want? Issue Brief (September 2016)
- Long-Term Services and Supports: What are the Concerns and What are People Willing to Do? Issue Brief (September 2016)
- What Do People Know About Long-Term Services and Supports? Issue Brief (September 2016)
- Which Way for Long-Term Services and Supports Financing Reform? Issue Brief (September 2016)
- The Affordable Care Act and Caregivers Research Brief (July 2015)
- Findings from the Survey of Long-Term Care Awareness and Planning Research Brief (July 2015)
- Long-Term Services and Supports for Older Americans: Risks and Financing Research Brief (July 2015)
- Measuring the Need for Long-Term Services and Supports Research Brief (July 2015)
- Long-Term Care Insurance Research Brief (June 2012)
Last updated: 01/24/2017