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Home is where the money goes when it comes to long-term care

Are individuals who need care where they should and can be? You may have noticed last week. There were four articles and press announcements within just a few days – sourced separately that belong together. No insurance or government program is all that transparent or straightforward, but policy and practice variations across states seem to have one victim – the person who needs care.  They ability to obtain that care at home (or in the right setting) depends on the state you live in and what the policy, practices, and costs in that state. Genworth’s newly-updated report is revealing about long-term care costs in multiple settings and categories.

ONKÖL Wins Gold at 2016 Edison Awards

04/26/2016

MILWAUKEE, April 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/-- Milwaukee startup ONKÖL announced today that it took top honors at the 2016 Edison Awards.  ONKÖL won the 2016 Edison Gold Award™ in Health and Wellness – Safety & Health Monitoring.  The company received the award for its innovative ONKÖL hub. The award was given at the black-tie Edison Awards Gala held at the historic Capitale ballroom in New York City on April 21, 2016.

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