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Most LTC services do not require a licensed health care professional to provide care. Some LTC policies only pay benefits for care in institutional settings such as nursing homes and assisted living facilities, while others only pay for home and community-based care such as adult day care (ADC) facilities.What does LTC insurance pay for?
Some LTC policies only pay benefits for care in institutional settings such as nursing homes and assisted living facilities, while others only pay for home and community-based care such as adult day care (ADC) facilities. Comprehensive policies include benefits for all of the places listed above.What is the California Long Term Care Insurance task force?
The passage of AB 567 (Calderon) established the Long Term Care Insurance Task Force (Task Force) in the California Department of Insurance to explore the feasibility of developing and implementing a culturally competent statewide insurance program for long-term care services and supports.What is the California Partnership for long-term care?
The California Partnership for Long-Term Care is an innovative program of the California Department of Health Services in cooperation with a select number of private insurance companies. These companies have agreed to offer policies that must meet stringent requirements set by the Partnership and the State of California.