This FedTalk will discuss long-term care insurance

Long-term care can be expensive. As society ages, thinking about how to pay for care if needed is becoming a priority for many of us. Unfortunately, people often find out too late that Medicare and Medicaid don’t cover all the costs. How can we protect ourselves financially against this risk? What is the current state of the private long-term care insurance market? How are Americans thinking about long-term care? And how is public policy tackling this issue? Join the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland for a FedTalk about long-term care insurance in the United States. Following the presentation, questions will be taken.

When: Wednesday, June 26, 3-4 p.m. ET

Where: Virtual

Cost: Free, but registration is required


  • R. Anton Braun, Senior Professor, National Graduate Research Institute for Public Policy Studies
  • Liz Hamel, Vice President and Director of Public Opinion and Survey Research, KFF

Moderator: Karen Kopecky, Economic and Policy Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

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