Caring for the Disabled Elderly: Who Will Pay?

By Alice M. Rivlin; Joshua M. Wiener et al. | Go to book overview

The Brookings Advisory Panel on Long-Term Care
CHARLES D. BAKER CARROLL L. ESTES
Professor, Northeastern University Professor, University of California at
( formerly Under Secretary,
U.S.
San Francisco
Department of Health and Human
Services
)
SHELDON L. GOLDBERG
Executive Vice President, American Association of Homes for the Aging
CYRIL F. BRICKFIELD
Former Executive Director, American val j. halamandaris
Association of Retired Persons President, National Association for Home Care
ELAINE M. BRODY
Director of Human Services, H. JOHN HEINZ
Philadelphia Geriatric Center U.S. Senate
ELMA L. HOLDER
ROBERT N. BUTLER, M.D.
Executive Director, National Citizens'
Chairman, Department of Geriatrics, Coalition for Nursing Home Reform
Mr. Sinai Medical Center
JOHN K. KITTREDGE
JAMES J. CALLAHAN Former Executive Vice President,
Professor, Brandeis University Prudential Insurance Company
JAMES G. MACDONALD
JACOB CLAYMAN Former Chairman and Chief Executive
President, National Council of SeniorOfficer, Teachers Insurance and
Citizens Annuity Association-College
Retirement Equities Fund
DAVID F. DURENBERGER
U.S. Senate BARBARA P. MATULA
Director, Division of Medical
PAUL M. ELLWOOD, JR. Assistance, North Carolina
Chairman, Interstudy, Inc.Department of Human Resources

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