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Access to Care

Access to care is a complex topic that includes the study of whether sufficient health care resources exist to meet people’s needs, as well as whether people experience physical, financial or other barriers to those services. Evidence in this area can span from whether a rural community has enough specialists, like cardiologists, to whether people in an urban community have transportation or language barriers that make seeing health care providers more difficult.

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Key Considerations when Combining LTSS Coverage and Long-Term Care Insurance

Most Americans will need long-term services and supports (LTSS) later in life for assistance completing daily self-care activities such as bathing, dressing or using the bathroom. AcademyHealth’s LTSS Interest Group’s Vice Chair John Cutler shares his thoughts on what could be next for long-term care as policymakers are continually challenged to find more efficient ways to provide high quality care for those who need it.
Posted Jan 18, 2017 By John Cutler, Esq.