Long-Term Care Fundamentals series

Source: SCAN Foundation, 2010-2012

From the summary:
The Long-Term Care Fundamentals series highlights and describes the organization and financing of long-term care in California. Briefs will review different aspects of the organization of long-term care services and providers in California, as well as consider current policy and alternatives that can help to build a strong infrastructure of services and support for individuals and their families.
Articles include:
Long-Term Care Fundamentals No.1: An Overview of Long-Term Care in California, November 9, 2010
Long-Term Care Fundamentals No. 2: Organization of Long-Term Care in the Government, November 9, 2010
Long-Term Care Fundamentals No. 3: The Financing of Long Term Care, November 9, 2010
Long-Term Care Fundamentals No. 4: Who Needs and Uses Long-Term Care?, November 9, 2010
Long-Term Care Fundamentals No. 5: Implementing Olmstead in California, January 13, 2011
Long-Term Care Fundamentals No. 6: The Aging Network, March 22, 2011
Long-Term Care Fundamentals No. 7: Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly, March 22, 2011
Long-Term Care Fundamentals No. 8: What is a Medicaid Waiver?, August 4, 2011
Long-Term Care Fundamentals No. 9: Medicaid-Funded Home- and Community-Based Services, August 4, 2011
Long-Term Care Fundamentals No. 10: Nursing Facilities in California, January 30, 2012

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