Under-Financing of Long Term Care Creates Economic Insecurity For Families

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04/19/2018
AUTHOR – ATI Advisory

ATI founder, Anne Tumlinson, testifies to on the Federal Commission on Long Term Care’s recommended changes to U.S. long-term care financing and delivery system.

https://www.c-span.org/video/?c4506129/user-clip-anne-tumlinson

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