GEORGIA PUBLIC POLICY FOUNDATION
For Immediate Release
December 3, 2013
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Foundation Releases Study on Long-Term Care in Georgia
State Can’t Afford to Modify a ‘Broken System,’ Study Concludes
– Georgia needs to reduce dependency on public programs and attract more private revenue if it is to survive the state’s coming long-term care crisis, according to a study released today by the Georgia Public Policy Foundation.
Conducted for the Foundation by Stephen Moses, president of the Center for Long-Term Care Reform, the study examined Medicaid and long-term care financing in Georgia. Long-term care is defined as, “custodial or medical assistance needed for three months or more due to an inability to…