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Long Term Care Commission Proposed in Pennsylvania

By |September 30, 2013|Categories: Breaking News, Government, Insurance Industry, Retirement Planning|Tags: , , |

A recent proposal put forth by Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett includes the creation of a state appointed long term care commission to establish an integrated long term care system.

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The plan, called “Healthy Pennsylvania”, was introduced by Governor Tom Corbett two weeks ago and has sparked controversy amidst already heated public debates about health care and long term care.

Brian Duke, the Pennsylvania Secretary of Aging, wrote an article in the Philly Burbs today in support of[…]

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Long Term Care in Pennsylvania

By |August 2, 2013|Categories: States|Tags: |

One of the original 13 colonies, Pennsylvania is now the 6th most populous state in the United States with more than 12.7 million residents. In addition to a booming population, the state also enjoys a growing economy, pulling in the 6th largest gross state product (GSP) in the country. The state economy relies heavily upon banking and agriculture. Pennsylvanians, like many other Northeasterners, have  some of the most expensive long term care in the nation and need to be properly prepared for long term care when the time comes.

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Pennsylvania began its own Long Term Care Insurance Partnership[…]

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