Disability Support & Long Term Care Services

Disability and long-term care refers to institutional and community-based care that support individuals with activities of daily living and services related to age or disability. Over the past decade, there has been an increase in the changes and challenges affecting the disability support and long-term care market markets—the move to managed care and subsequently value-based care, the shift to home- and community-based care, the increase in the aging population, and new workforce challenges.

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Back To The Future: The Opportunities In Health Care At Home

Home health care had a mere 3% share of the $3.6 trillion U.S. health care market in 2018. Medicare and Medicaid together made up 75% of home health spending in 2018 (see National Health Expenditures 2018 Highlights). Home-based health care today largely comprises face-to-face care covered by Medicare, long-term services and supports funded through Medicaid… Read

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