“Why the New Old Age Could Be Different”

Why the New Old Age Could Be Different,” by Allison Bell, ThinkAdvisor

“Company staffers heard about efforts to fight dementia and frailty last week in San Diego, at the latest annual ILTCI Conference. Teams from organization’s like Assured Allies, The Helper Bees and WellSaid.ai briefed attendees on the latest analytical strategies, classes and coaching programs. … Insurers are hoping new drugs and intervention programs will help them manage the wave of care claims that will roll in after 2031, just as they used wars against tuberculosis and cigarettes to reduce life and health claims.”


LTC Comment, Stephen A. Moses, President, Center for Long-Term Care Reform:

Boomers start turning 85, the age at which medical and LTC costs spike, in 2031. Preparing now is critical. But equal attention should go to how we pay for long-term care. To make sense of what ails LTC, read the Paragon Health Institute’s “Long-Term Care: The Problem” and “Long-Term Care: The Solution” and watch this “virtual LTC event” featuring age wave visionary Ken Dychtwald and leading LTC researchers.