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In 2019 we are switching seasons to take advantage of the less crowded conference schedules in the fall months. So mark your calendars! Save the dates! Please join us for the next LTCIF Annual Conference in September 2019 in Vancouver!


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Long Term Care In The News

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Mutual of Omaha Introduces Long-Term Care Rider
United of Omaha, a Mutual of Omaha company, has introduced a new solution to help meet customers' long-term care (LTC) planning needs. The company recently launched a Long-Term Care Rider on its Income Advantage and Life Protection Advantage Indexed Universal Life policies. - August 2, 2018 – www.businesswire.com

Now You Can Add Long-Term Care to Death and Taxes
There is a wide disconnect between how many Americans will need long-term care versus what people actually think they'll need. Today, 70% of Americans will need some type of long-term care, but only 46% believe they will need it, according to a new study by the Moll Law Group, a personal injury firm that surveyed 2,000 people to see how prepared Americans were for the realities of long-term care. - August 6, 2018 – www.thinkadvisor.com

Genworth raises long-term-care insurance costs an average 58%
Genworth Financial Inc. received approval from state regulators this year to raise costs an average 58% on some long-term-care insurance policies, affecting tens of millions of dollars' worth of annual insurance premiums the company receives from consumers. - August 9, 2018 – www.investmentnews.com

Humana completes sale of long-term care insurance policy business KMG, at a loss of $790 million
Humana has completed the sale of its wholly-owned subsidiary KMG America Corporation, in a transaction first announced in November 2017 - August 13, 2018 – www.healthcarefinancenews.com

How Medicare Wastes $4.6 Billion A Year On Long-Term Care Hospitals
Mom falls and breaks her hip. Her injury is repaired at the local acute care hospital but she needs intensive rehab and post-surgical care. She could be sent home or to a skilled nursing facility (SNF) but instead she is discharged to a long-term care hospital (LTCH)—a facility that specializes in intensive post-acute services.
August 29, 2018 – www.forbes.com