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The Changing Long-Term Care Industry

New Levels of Care

By Toby Edelman

The newest and most profitable development for the long-term care industry is the creation of new institutional services, which their proponents call subacute care and assisted living. This article reviews this development, including the definitions of the new levels of care, their marketing and profitability, the need for governmental oversight, and the concerns of poor consumers of service.

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