The Amount and Novelty of Wellness Programs in LTC Continues to Proliferate

As aging in place continues to be a focal point in the long-term care (LTC) industry, providers and insurers are exploring and developing cutting-edge wellness programs aimed at helping improve the health of insureds, keeping insureds home longer, and hopefully reducing the number, severity and duration of LTC insurance (LTCi) claims.

We take a closer look at the proliferation of LTC wellness programs in a new Faegre Drinker alert.

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About the Author: Eric F. Au

Eric Au counsels insurance and financial services clients on issues that could impede their businesses and initiatives to grow their businesses. Using the experience he gained on secondment at a Fortune 50 company, he focuses on understanding clients’ business imperatives to develop practical approaches to the issues they face. Eric has extensive experience counseling life insurers, disability insurers, and annuity issuers on dispute resolution and litigation, product development and amendment, premium rate increases, claims handling and coverage issues, fraud detection and prevention, and regulatory and compliance matters.

About the Author: Luke Dodge

Luke Dodge assists clients seeking solutions related to insurance matters. He was a 2020 Summer Associate at Faegre Drinker, and during that time Luke assisted with litigation matters, drafting dispositive motions and helping research nuanced issues for insurers. He also contributed to a large entertainment non-profit’s revision of its Paid Family Leave policy.

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