The Long-Term Care Crisis: Exploring Innovative Financing and Delivery Strategies

Summer Series 2020

The Long-Term Care Crisis: Exploring Innovative Financing and Delivery Strategies

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Long-term care (LTC) is a pressing issue, particularly in rapidly aging populations such as the United States. Seventy percent of Americans aged 65 and older will require long-term care at some point. However, most Americans are under-prepared to self-fund the high costs of care, and the private LTC insurance market has suffered severe constriction in recent years.

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought into focus the country's urgent need for improved access to care and appropriate funding mechanisms. This session will explore new care delivery and funding models that could lower the risks and costs of long-term care for consumers, providers, and insurers, as well as federal and state governments.

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Nora Super, Senior Director, Center for the Future of Aging, Milken Institute

Speakers

Jeff Huber, President and CEO, Home Instead Senior Care

Thomas McInerney, President and CEO, Genworth Financial

Robert Morse, Executive Chairman, Bridge Investment Group

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Published July 13, 2020