The Future of Long-Term Care Policy: Continuing the Conversation

Testimony Before Special Committee on Aging, U.S. Senate

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In testimony before the US Senate Special Committee on Aging Feder speaks about a path forward for long-term services and supports. She establishes that there is much work to be done. Although policymakers are grappling with the challenges of assuring Americans affordable access to quality health care, they have yet to seriously tackle the equally important issue of long-term services and supports.

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