2 edition of economics and financing of long-term care found in the catalog.
economics and financing of long-term care
by University College Dublin, Centre for Health Economics in Dublin
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p16).
|Statement||by Jenny Hughes, Eamon O"Shea.|
|Series||Working papers (Centre for Health Economics) -- no.94-8|
|Contributions||O"Shea, Eamon., University College Dublin. Centre for Health Economics.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||17|
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Downloadable (with restrictions)! Long-term care expenditure is expected to rise, driven by an ageing population. Given that public long-term care expenditure is high in many OECD countries, governments are increasingly concerned about its future growth. This study focuses on three relevant issues. First, we discuss factors that affect the growth of long-term expenditure and its projections. A full discussion of current long-term care financing would have to take into account a very wide variety of public and private sources of funding for services to the chronically disabled; by one count, there are at least 80 Federal programs which benefit all elderly (both disabled and non-disabled) either directly or indirectly through cash.
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This chapter presents key concepts of economics relevant to the financing and delivery of long term care services. It first examines the magnitude of population aging in developed economies, and the associated implications for long term : Peter P.
Yuen. Long-term care (LTC) is arguably the sector of the economy that is most sensitive to population aging: its recipients are typically older than 80 years whereas most care providers are of working age. Thus, a number of ongoing societal trends interact in the determination of market outcomes in the LTC sector: economics and financing of long-term care book in longevity and healthy life expectancy interact with changing family Author: Norman Bannenberg, Martin Karlsson, Hendrik Schmitz.
The Economics and Financing of Long‐Term Care Article in Australasian Journal on Ageing 17(s1) - 84 December with 4 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: James H.
Schulz. L ong-term care involves services that meet a person’s health and personal care needs when they are no longer able to perform these tasks safely on their own. Nearly eleven million people in the United States use some form of long-term care, and that number is projected to double by Persons age eighty-five and over are the fastest growing segment of the population in most developed.
Population ageing does not mean unaffordable care costs for the elderly, given economic growth. But current wide variations in financing chronic care in old age need to be reassessed.
Major options discussed in the paper are: community care, home equity conversion, and private by: 4. Cristiano Gori, Long-term Care Financing: Inserting Politics and Resource Allocation in the Debate Comment on "Financing Long-term Care: Lessons From Japan", International Journal of Health Policy and Management, /ijhpm, 9, 2, (), ().
This has involved the development of a suite of long-term care finance projection models, including the UK's first dynamic microsimulation model of the social care system. These models have been used to generate projections and explore funding and other options for a number of policy and practice purposes.
Forecasts predict that those in need of long-term care in Europe will double in the next 50 years. This book offers a full understanding of the institutional responses and mechanisms in place to finance old age and provides analysis of demand and supply factors underpinning the development of financial instruments to cover long-term care in Europe.
This book offers a full understanding of the institutional responses and mechanisms in place to finance old age and provides analysis of demand and supply factors underpinning the development of financial instruments to cover long-term care in Europe. FINANCING Sources of public and private spending on long-term care services include out-of-pocket spending and a variety of state and federal programs.
This chart book specifically illustrates spending through Medicare, Medicaid and its waiver program for home- and community-based services, and private long- term care insurance.
Placing economic considerations into a wider social sciences context, this is ideal reading not only for advanced undergraduate and masters students in health economics and economics of ageing, but policy makers, professionals and practitioners in gerontology, sociology, health-related sciences, and social : José Luis Iparraguirre.
“The Economics of Ageing is an excellent series of books - well-written and comprehensively covering all aspect on the topic. It is the first book of its kind and considering its quality, depth and scope, I doubt something similar will be published in the foreseeable future.” (Alfonso Sousa-Poza, Professor of Economics, Institute for Health.
This book uses a revised version of Kingdon’s multiple-streams framework to examine health financing reforms in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the Republic of Korea (ROK) as well as long-term care insurance (LTCI) reforms in Japan and Singapore. This book reflects on efforts to implement the Partnership for Long Term Care, a project funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
The Partnership's early. Pay-for-performance programs have become a prominent supply-side intervention to improve quality and decrease spending in health care, touching upon long-term care, acute care, and outpatient care.
Pay-for-performance directly targets long-term care, with programs in nursing homes and home health. Indirectly, pay-for-performance programs targeting acute care settings affect clinical practice.
select article Financing longevity: The economics of pensions, health, and long-term care: Introduction to the special issue. For a discussion of the need to expand existing estate recovery efforts, see Stephen A. Moses, “Long-Term Care Financing in New York: How to Save Money While Serving the Needy,” Empire Center.
If ever there was a time to reform policies, practices and financing for long-term care facilities — especially nursing homes — this is it. The epicenter. Financial and quantitative analysis is an important part of the daily mind-set of long-term care admin-istrators, and yet finance and quantitative analysis are often the most daunting areas they address.
Most individuals who oversee long-term care facilities are typically not financial specialists by training, and, as. Get Economics And Ageing - Volume Iii: Long-term Care And Finance on Economics And Ageing, Volume Iii: Long, term Care And Finance, Download. Because Medicaid long-term care financing is a key theme, it is important to consider the impact of state payment policy on care.
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Economics and ageing. Volume III, Long-term care and finance. [José Luis Iparraguirre, (Economist)] -- This upper level textbook provides a coherent introduction to the economic implications of individual and population ageing. Placing economic considerations into a wider social sciences context, this.The need for long-term care assistance affects people of all ages, not just elderly populations.
Accordingly, this chart book provides relevant information on long-term care assistance for all people with disabilities, using a variety of state and federal data sources. Using this chart book, policymakers, researchers, advocates, and practitioners will be able to understand the scope of the.