2 edition of Medical care outlays for aged and nonaged persons, 1966-69 found in the catalog.
Medical care outlays for aged and nonaged persons, 1966-69
Barbara S. Cooper
by U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Social Security Administration, Office of Research and Statistics in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||by Barbara S. Cooper.|
|Series||Research and statistics note -- note no. 7-1970, Research and statistics note (United States. Social Security Administration. Office of Research and Statistics) -- 1970, note no. 7.|
|Contributions||United States. Social Security Administration Division of Health Insurance Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2,  p. ;|
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Medical Care Outlays for Aged and Nonaged Persons, by BARBARA 5. COOPER* THE TREND toward spiraling medical care prices and large outlays for medical care in the I’nited States was continued in the fiscal year The article that follows examines for two. Medical Care Outlays for Aged and Nonaged Persons, by DOROTHY P.
RICE and BARBARA S. COOPER” THE MEDICARE PROGRAM was in full swing in its second year of operation-the year ending J All of its benefits were available for entire 12 months, more insti. Medical Care Outlays for Aged and Nonaged Persons, –68 from Social Security Bulletin, Vol. 32, No. 9 (released September ) by Dorothy P.
Rice and Barbara S. Cooper. medical outlays for the aged. -Although third-party payments cover a substantial portion of the individual’s medical bill, the average aged person paid $ directly and the person under age 65 paid $ --Medicare met 43 percent of the expenditures for the aged, a.
8 Cooper, Medical Care Outlays for Aged and Nonaged Persons,33 Soc. Sec. Bull., No. 7 at 3 (). Personal health expenditures include all categories of ex-penditures for all hospital and medical services.
Excluded are expenditures for construc-tion of medical facilities, medical research, public health disease prevention and control.
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AMA President, Dr Andrew Pesce, said today that the AMA welcomes the Coalition’s commitment to provide incentives to free up more beds for residential aged care, but is disappointed that the medical care needs of older Australians have been ignored in today’s policy announcement.
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Chronic illness is twice as common among the old. In assessing these figures it should be kept in mind that while, in relation to younger persons, the aged require more health care, they are least able to Cited by: 4.
The general taxpayer largely bears the burden of public debt and finances much of the outlays for the basic pension, long-term care, and medical care for those aged 75 and over.
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Background. Due to demographic change, the proportion of elderly people in developed countries will increase substantially in the next decades .Germany is one of the countries most strongly affected by demographic change with the proportion of people aged ≥ 65 years expected to rise by about 50% until .Due to the progressive increase in the proportion of elderly people, health care Cited by:.
Planning for Your Future. Aging happens naturally, but aging well takes careful planning. Take steps to ensure that your financial, living, and medical needs will be met in old age. Inpersons aged 45 years and older accounted for % of all physician visits.
These findings are from the National Ambulatory Medical Care .It is expected that the percentage of elderly people aged 65+ will continue to rise sharply over the coming years, rising from the rate of 21% to % inand reaching % in The percentage of the population accounted for by elderly people aged 75+ is a particular cause for concern.