Groups representing aging and disabled populations generally like goals of new managed-care program, but they also have cautions.
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Wolf administration officials state their case for how new managed-care program will help.
Report shows more than 40 percent of late-life users are in hospice for two weeks or less.
House now will consider proposal to set up federal panel devising ways to address what some call a looming caregiving crisis.
Politico showcases some in-depth work describing challenges in health care and other fields as the ranks of old people swell.
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