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Who pays for long-term care? Form follows funding in long-term care as new payment systems emerge and old ones evolve



Who pays for long-term care? Form follows funding in long-term care as new payment systems emerge and old ones evolve



Contemporary Longterm Care 21(10): 76-8, 80, 82




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