This article explores the movement of government and insurance-paid long-term care programs which tend to delineate which services are provided toward a more consumer-driven model. Kapp discusses the necessity of informing consumers of the options available, regulations needed to assure that autonomous consumers have alternative options available, and the criteria needed to assure that clients with inadequate decisional capacity have their interests represented.
Kapp, Marshall B.
"Consumer-Driven Long Term Care: Shaping he Government's Role,"
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