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LTC

abbr.
lieutenant colonel
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Grachek: The College's mission is, as always, about promoting excellence in long-term care leadership.
ensure the co-ordination of community services provided by multi-service agencies with those services offered by hospitals, long-term care facilities, mental health services, health care professionals and social service agencies, and to promote a continuum of health and social services.
Many people are in denial--they don't believe they will ever need long-term care.
The implications of the GAO report are vital to the VA's long-term care planning.
After seeing firsthand what care cost for his Mom, Gray, 60, and his wife started to seriously think about buying their own long-term care insurance.
Years in the Long-Term Care Community: More than two decades
For those who use formal long-term care supports, the federal/state Medicaid program is the primary public payer, covering 31 percent of long-term care expenditures.
On May 6, 1997, the IRS issued Notice 97-31, which provided interim guidance on qualified long-term care insurance contracts and qualified long-term care services.
The number of nonelderly needing longterm care, while smaller, is also increasing dramatically, growing at twice the rate of the elderly needing long-term care services.
CareQuest University, an experienced leader in the areas of research, education and solutions for long-term care or disability issues, offers a Long-term Care Group Specialist, LTCGS[R], designation for insurance professionals and a Certified Care Resource Specialist, CCRS, designation for any professional interested in becoming versed in long-term care, disability and financial - care planning solutions.
What has been the most important change you have seen in long-term care over the past year?
Yet, such unexpected happenings occur every day throughout the country and, when they do, not only is the person in need of long-term care further victimized if he or she doesn't have adequate LTC insurance, but, so too, in countless situations, are family members.

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