Americans express concerns over long-term care, survey shows

10/1/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

Data from a new Harris Interactive/HealthDay survey revealed 68% of Americans have concerns about paying for long-term care in old age, and 87% consider the issue "serious" or "somewhat serious." Researchers also found that only 19% of respondents knew that Medicaid is the largest funder of long-term care, researchers added.

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