Disparities in LTSS Needs and Supportive Resources at Age 55, and Outcome Disparities During the Next Decade

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12/14/2023
AUTHOR – ATI Advisory

Our research highlights disparities and differences in the prevalence of long-term services and supports (LTSS) needs and related resources among U.S. adults aged 55 and living in the community. We examine private finances, insurance coverage, and social supports, as well as long-term health, LTSS and financial outcomes over the next decade. Disparities and differences occurred along racial and ethnic, gender, and geographic lines. This report analyzes data from the University of Michigan Health and Retirement Study (HRS).

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