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Long-Term Care Quality: Facing the Challenges of an Aging Population

March 16, 2001

For all the sophistication of our health care system, the United States does not have a highly developed and supportive long-term care network that takes good care of its elderly.  This Issue Brief offers an overview of the primary factors influencing the quality of long-term care services - including demographics, service providers, financing, and policy and regulation - and profiles innovative grantmaker programs.

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