Bringing CLASS to Long-Term Care Through the Affordable Care Act - Themed Issue: Public Policy and Aging Report

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With funding from The SCAN Foundation, this issue of PPAR features articles that recount the laborious process that led to realization of the long-term care provisions found in ACA, analyze the key provisions of the legislation, and explore hurdles that are certain to be encountered during program implementation. Authors include national experts from The SCAN Foundation, RTI International, Oxford University, AAHSA, Avalere Health, AARP and Ecumen.
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Shugarman, Lisa R.; Wiener, Joshua M.; Dawson, Walter D.; Manard, Barbara; Tumlinson, Anne; Ng, Weiwen; Hammelman, Eric; Richards, Rhonda; Roberts, Kathryn R.
The SCAN Foundation
Affordable Care Act (ACA)
Long-Term Care
Health Care Reform and Long-Term Care: The Whole is Greater than the Sum of its Parts; What Does Health Reform Mean for Long-Term Care?; The CLASS Act and Long-Term Care Policy Reform: A Perspective; Dueling Talking Points: Technical Issues in Constructing and Passing the CLASS Act; The Circular Relationship Between Enrollment and Premiums: Effects on the CLASS Program Act; Community Living Assistance Services and Supports (CLASS) Program and Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Improvements in the Federal Health Care Reform Law; The CLASS Act: A New Paradigm for Aging in America; Volume 20, No. 2


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