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a cause of distress or anxiety

careful forethought to avoid harm or risk

the function of watching, guarding, or overseeing

the systematic application of remedies to effect a cure

to have an objection

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care for: to have the care and supervision of

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judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger

an anxious feeling

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a cause for feeling concern

attention and management implying responsibility for safety

prefer or wish to do something

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be concerned with

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promotion of zero tolerance of abuse and neglect of long-term care home residents;
But meeting veterans' long-term care needs is a responsibility shared by both the VA and Congress.
Meeting the financial burden of long-term care for middle-income people and their kids is the goal of the California Partnership for Long-Term Care, a division of California's Department of Health Services.
address the "institutional bias" in spending for Medicaid long-term care services and reduce reliance on medical models of care;
An RRG is a liability insurance company that is owned by its members, who in this case would be owners of long-term care companies and must be domiciled in a particular state.
Those investors who have supplied financial support to an elderly relative are among the most likely to have purchased long-term care insurance for themselves.
These are the capabilities that long-term care providers should question when considering any ASP.
Providing a dividend to our policyholders for the second straight year highlights the strength of our long-term care insurance product and our leadership in the marketplace.
According to Good Shepherd CEO and Administrator Bruce Glanzer, this 30-acre senior living campus has experience functioning as a teaching organization: "Instead of just being a long-term care campus, we've added a little twist.
NEW YORK -- When it comes to long-term care planning, income tax considerations are extremely important.
As you may know, Consumer Reports had an article on long-term care insurance, and I was disappointed that they suggested if one's income was less than $200,000, one shouldn't get long-term care insurance, as Medicaid will eventually cover one's long-term care expenses.
has continued its expansion into the long-term care information delivery sector by acquiring Contemporary Long Term Care (CLTC) magazine and related products from HealthNet Information Services.
Cooper's discovery is typical of the long-term care field: Much of what is said about how nursing homes and other long term care providers react to policy initiatives and reimbursement practices consists of urban legends and anecdotal information.
com/reports/c31469) has announced the addition of Long-Term Care Market Overview to their offering.
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