Joshua M. Wiener, Galina Khatutsky, Angela M. Greene, Trini Thach, and Benjamin Allaire
July 30, 2015
ASPE Policy Forum
- Joshua Wiener firstname.lastname@example.org
- Angela M. Greene email@example.com
- Trini Thach firstname.lastname@example.org
- Galina Khatutsky email@example.com
- Benjamin Allaire firstname.lastname@example.org
- Derek Brown email@example.com
- This research was supported by the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation/U.S. Department of Health and Human Services under Contract #HHSP23320100021WI.
- We gratefully acknowledge the contributions of Samuel Shipley, William Marton, Judith Dey, Pamela Doty, and John Drabeck to the design and analysis of the survey.
- The views expressed in this presentation are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the U.S. DHHS or RTI International.
- What is the general public’s knowledge, experience, and concerns about long-term services and supports?
- What are public’s preferences for a range of public policy options for long-term care financing reform?
- What are individuals’ preferences for specific key features of long-term care insurance policies and what are people willing to pay for these features?
- 2014 Survey of Long-Term Care Awareness and Planning, sponsored by the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation/U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
- Designed, cognitively tested, and analyzed by RTI International, with input from ASPE and TEP
- Fielded by GfK Custom Research, LLC
- Data collected August–September 2014
- Two distinct survey components
- General survey items, including long-term care knowledge and experience, attitudes and concerns, preferences on public policy options for long-term care financing, and core sociodemographic characteristics
- Discrete Choice Experiment (DCE) involving choice of long-term care insurance policies with different features and prices
Ongoing Internet panel maintained by GfK Custom Research KnowledgePanel®
Participation in panel by invitation only
Nationally representative sample of noninstitutionalized adults 40-70 years old residing in the United States
Weighted to represent general population age 40-70