For the first time the Internal Revenue Service has not raised tax-deductible limits for long-term care insurance according to the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance.
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ValuePenguin survey finds 45% of insured Americans are considering changes; those with Marketplace plans most likely to change providers or plan types.
Genworth study finds the COVID-19 pandemic increased demand for and complexity of long term care, accelerating existing trends toward longer duration and more acute care.
New report shows Medicare Advantage enrollment continues to experience increases with ample room for growth.
A new study from the American Medical Association shows nearly three-quarters of health insurance markets in the U.S. are highly concentrated, leaving millions of Americans with more limited health insurer options.
United HealthCare, Humana and Kaiser Foundation Health Plan earn top three satisfaction rankings in Verint’s just-released 2021 Report.
Total new premium for individual life combination products decreased 23% to $3.7 billion in 2020, according to LIMRA’s 2020 U.S. Individual Life Combination Products Annual Review.
Association’s latest long term care insurance price index data shows men’s rates fairly stable (or have even dropped) since 2016, but women’s rates jump in prolonged low interest rate environment.
Disability claims for behavioral health on the rise according to internal data from Unum.
LTCG’s Annual Cost of Care Report benchmarks the prices of senior care, ranks most and least expensive states for home health aides and nursing homes.