LTCP

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AcronymDefinition
LTCPLong Term Control Plan
LTCPLong Term Care Professional (insurance designation)
LTCPLong-Term Care Partnership (Medicaid and insurance provider partnership)
LTCPLong Term Care Insurance Professional
LTCPLong Term Compensation Plan
LTCPL-Town Cherry Poppers (band)
LTCPLobster Trap Certificate Program
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Set the same standards for long-term care insurance policies that qualify for federal tax breaks and state Long-Term Care Partnership programs.
Less than 25 percent of individuals in the general population actually know if their state has a Long-Term Care Partnership Program.
According to Jesse Slome, who was the first marketing consultant retained to launch the California Long-Term Care Partnership program, "the goal was making affordable long term care insurance protection available and attractive to as many individuals as possible.
The Long-Term Care Partnership (about 40 states have adopted).
See the new material relating to long-term care, Long-Term Care Combination Products on page 465 and Long-Term Care Partnership Program on page 466.
The Deficit Reduction Act (DRA) of 2005 and Long-Term Care Partnership Plans
Jim Douglas as well as presentations on the State Children's Health Insurance Program, Working with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Congressional Outlook for Medicaid, Long-Term Care Partnership Program, Medicaid Integrity and Improving Clinical Quality Measures by Deploying Integrated Technology Solutions.
Insurance benefit limits and inflation protection can have an impact on the likelihood of success of the long-term care partnership insurance program.
The Long-Term Care Partnership Program is a public-private partnership between states and private insurance companies, designed to reduce Medicaid expenditures by delaying or eliminating the need for some people to rely on Medicaid to pay for long-term care services.
A North Dakota state representative wants states to help consumers move Long-Term Care Partnership program coverage across state lines.
The Long-Term Care Partnership Program is a joint effort between the states and private insurance companies to reduce state long-term care (LTC) expenditures by encouraging moderate-income individuals, who are most likely to rely on Medicaid for potential LTC needs, to purchase private insurance.
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