More of low-income workers’ compensation going toward their health benefits and less ending up in their pockets.
A review and critique of the new book by Thomas Piketty, Capital in the Twenty-First Century.
Can Medicaid be counted on to cover long-term care expenses today and into the future? Has Medicaid crowded out the market for private long-term care insurance? And what new financing approaches could effectively protect Americans from the potentially ruinous costs of long-term care? Please join us for a lively discussion featuring experts representing both sides of this debate.
America has recently experienced a wave of municipal bankruptcies significantly fueled by underfunded pension and retiree health obligations to retired city workers, including policemen, firemen and teachers
The perception that Medicaid only serves the poor is not accurate, and it distracts from a looming budgetary threat to the program: long-term care.
AEI adjunct scholar Mark Warshawsky’s remarks on reforming America’s system of long-term services and supports for the elderly.
Mark Warshawsky, Vice-Chair of the Federal Commission on Long-Term Care, discusses the commission’s proposed reforms to America’s system of long term services and supports.