Aging

As life expectancy continues to increase in many countries, the health care of older adults will become more challenging for providers, caregivers, and policymakers. Older adults use a large share of health care resources, and their health and functioning are seriously impacted by poor care, making them a particularly important population for quality-of-care evaluation.

RAND Health Care studies many facets of aging and health, including:

  • chronic condition management
  • clinical care quality
  • nursing home and community care
  • Medicare

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    Jan 27, 2020

    The Burden of Health Care Costs

    Katherine Carman, senior economist with the RAND Corporation, discusses the burden that health care costs impose on families, the different types of payments that people make towards health care, and the portion of taxes that supports health care.

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