Implications of the absence of Long-Term Care in Medicare

Medicare’s inherent limitations on long-term care for the elderly clearly present a dilemma for many aging Americans. In this article published on www.courant.com, former senior attorney with the Center for Medicare Advocacy Terry Berthelot stresses the importance of congressional action to restructure Medicare’s policy for long-term and end-of-life care. Read the article here…


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