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The Resource Evaluation of the Partnership for Long-Term Care (PLTC) [California, Connecticut, Indiana, and New York]: Surveys of PLTC/non-PLTC Insurers, Purchasers/Nonpurchasers of PLTC Insurance, and Purchasers of non-PLTC Insurance, 1995-1996

Evaluation of the Partnership for Long-Term Care (PLTC) [California, Connecticut, Indiana, and New York]: Surveys of PLTC/non-PLTC Insurers, Purchasers/Nonpurchasers of PLTC Insurance, and Purchasers of non-PLTC Insurance, 1995-1996

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Evaluation of the Partnership for Long-Term Care (PLTC) [California, Connecticut, Indiana, and New York]: Surveys of PLTC/non-PLTC Insurers, Purchasers/Nonpurchasers of PLTC Insurance, and Purchasers of non-PLTC Insurance, 1995-1996
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Evaluation of the Partnership for Long-Term Care (PLTC) [California, Connecticut, Indiana, and New York]: Surveys of PLTC/non-PLTC Insurers, Purchasers/Nonpurchasers of PLTC Insurance, and Purchasers of non-PLTC Insurance, 1995-1996
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These surveys were conducted to evaluate the Partnership for Long-Term Care (PLTC), a project in which the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation awarded grants to four states -- California, Connecticut, Indiana, and New York -- to work with private insurers to create long-term care insurance policies that were more affordable and provided better protection against impoverishment than those generally available. PLTC policies combine private long-term care insurance with special Medicaid eligibility standards that protect assets of the insured once private insurance benefits are exhausted. Four parts constitute this collection. Parts 1 and 2 consist of data from a survey of PLTC insurers and of non-PLTC insurers, respectively. Both of these surveys gathered information on marketing methods, underwriting procedures, case management, sales, views on the PLTC, and reasons for participating or not participating in the PLTC. Part 3 comprises data from a survey of purchasers and nonpurchasers of PLTC policies, which included questions about health status, insurance coverage, opinions on long-term care insurance, financial planning for long-term care, income, assets, and demographic and social characteristics, such as sex, date of birth, education, race, Hispanic origin, marital status, household size, number of living children, and employment. Part 4 contains data from a survey of Californians who purchased non-PLTC long-term care insurance before and after the implementation of the PLTC in California. This survey covered the same topics as the survey of purchasers/nonpurchasers of PLTC insurance
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McCall, Nelda
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Evaluation of the Partnership for Long-Term Care (PLTC) [California, Connecticut, Indiana, and New York]: Surveys of PLTC/non-PLTC Insurers, Purchasers/Nonpurchasers of PLTC Insurance, and Purchasers of non-PLTC Insurance, 1995-1996
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  • 1995--1996
  • 2466
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ICPSR02466.v1
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Evaluation of the Partnership for Long-Term Care (PLTC) [California, Connecticut, Indiana, and New York]: Surveys of PLTC/non-PLTC Insurers, Purchasers/Nonpurchasers of PLTC Insurance, and Purchasers of non-PLTC Insurance, 1995-1996
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  • 1995--1996
  • 2466
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ICPSR02466.v1
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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