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States May Suffer in Long Run with Cuts to Services for Elderly
from TMcKnight’s Long-Term Care & Assisted Living
In an effort to overcome budget deficits for the new fiscal year, many states have reduced Medicaid spending on services for low-income seniors. And that could have negative long-term implications, according to news reports. More
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