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The Long Term Care Market: Nursing Homes, Home Care, Hospice Care, and Assisted Living

NEW YORK, Aug. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

The Long Term Care Market: Nursing Homes, Home Care, Hospice Care, and Assisted Living

http://www.reportlinker.com/p0833393/The-Long-Term-Care-Market-Nursing-Homes-Home-Care-Hospice-Care-and-Assisted-Living.html

The advancing age of the population makes long-term care an important consideration for health marketers. This report, The Long Term Care Market: Nursing Homes, Home Care, Hospice Care, and Assisted Living, covers the most important segments of the long term care industry, each of which provide medical care and/or assistance with the activities of daily living (ADLs) on an ongoing basis:

Nursing care
Home care
Hospice care
Assisted living
For each of these critical markets, Kalorama provides a market size and forecast estimate.

Kalorama Information publishes its fifth edition of this detailed report on the long term care industry at a time of growth but also increasing concern, particularly about payments, for the long term care industry. The elderly must contribute a far greater amount towards care out of pocket than was once the case. The economy has challenged the business strategies of key players, while the recent healthcare legislation introduces changes that may affect revenues. Although a small segment of long term care users are younger individuals with various mental and physical disabilities, most persons using long term care services are senior citizens. This population will also drive industry growth over the forecast period. Therefore, this report will focus on the elderly as the primary customers of long term care services.

For each of the segments of long term care the report provides:

Market Size and Forecast
Number of Facilities/Providers and Growth Trends
Patient Statistics
Forms of Payment and Reimbursement Levels
Trends Affecting the Marketplace
Competitors and Competitive Analysis

Sales estimates for each market segment represent U.S. revenues and are expressed in current dollars. Estimates are provided for the historic 2005 to 2009 period and forecasts are provided through 2015. As part of the report's analysis of the state of the industry, the report covers the following issues and trends discussed in the report include:

Long Term Care Insurance
Technology Needs
ACA
State Quality Improvement Initiatives
Legal Actions
Safety
Aging of the Population
Marital and Living Arrangements
Geographic Concentrations
Certification and Accreditation
Fees and Payment
Cost of Coverage and Affordability
Staffing and Human Resources
Building of New Facilities

Historical information for this report was gathered from a wide variety of published sources including company reports and filings, government documents, legal filings, trade journals, newspapers and business press, analysts' reports and other sources. Interviews with company representatives were conducted to capture the perspectives from industry participants' point of view and assess trends, and form the basis of the forecasting and competitive analysis.
ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
U.S. LONG TERM CARE INDUSTRY
SCOPE AND METHODOLOGY
OVERALL MARKET SIZE
LONG TERM CARE
DEMOGRAPHICS
Geographic Concentrations
Activities of Daily Living

Chronic Illness
Income
QUALITY OF CARE
U.S. HEALTH EXPENDITURES
CONSUMER PREFERENCES AND LIFESTYLE ISSUES
FEES AND PAYMENT
Public Payments
Long Term Care Insurance
PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE
NURSING HOMES
Number of Facilities
Resident Population
Issues and Trends
Market Size and Forecast
Competitor Analysis
Market Analysis
HOME CARE
Number of Facilities
Resident Population
Issues and Trends

Market Size and Forecast
Competitor Analysis
Market Analysis
HOSPICES
Number of Facilities
Resident Population
Issues and Trends
Market Size and Forecast
Competitor Analysis
Market Analysis
ASSISTED LIVING
Number of Facilities
Resident Population
Issues and Trends
Market Size and Forecast
Competitor Analysis
Market Analysis
TWO: LONG TERM CARE INDUSTRY, ISSUES AND TRENDS
THE U.S. HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY
LONG TERM CARE

Nursing Homes
Home Care
Hospices
Assisted Living
DEMOGRAPHICS
U.S. Population
Aging of the Population
Racial Trends
Obesity
Age and Race
Age and Race
Age and Race
Marital and Living Arrangements
Geographic Concentrations
Activities of Daily Living
Chronic Illness
Addiction
Mental Illness
Income
HEALTH CARE REFORM

QUALITY OF CARE
Certification and Accreditation
U.S. HEALTH EXPENDITURES
CONSUMER PREFERENCES AND LIFESTYLE ISSUES
The Elderly
Caregiver Issues
FEES AND PAYMENT
Medicare
Medicaid
Long Term Care Insurance
Numbers of Insured
Cost of Coverage and Affordability
Hybrid Plans
Effect of the Economy
THE MANAGED CARE ENVIRONMENT
PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE
Staffing and Human Resources
Information and Education Initiatives

Medicaid Reform
Building of New Facilities
Information Technology
THREE: NURSING HOMES
DESCRIPTION OF FACILITIES
Services
Number of Facilities
RESIDENT POPULATION
Demographic Data
Functional Data
Length of Stay
Insurance Coverage
ISSUES AND TRENDS
Reimbursement Cuts
Health Care Reform
Patient Dumping
Quality of Care
Staffing Issues
Federal Quality Improvement Initiatives
State Quality Improvement Initiatives

Legal Actions
Safety
MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST
Cost of Care
Size of the Market
COMPETITOR ANALYSIS
MARKET ANALYSIS
FOUR: HOME CARE
DESCRIPTION OF FACILITIES
Services
Number of Facilities
RESIDENT POPULATION
Demographic Data
Functional Data
Insurance Coverage
ISSUES AND TRENDS
Medicare Reimbursement
Medicare and Medicaid Co-payments
Home and Community Based Services
State Service Reductions

Improper Payments
Quality of Care
Disease Management
Caregiver Burnout
Technology and Telemedicine
MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST
Cost of Care
Size of the Market
COMPETITOR ANALYSIS
MARKET ANALYSIS
FIVE: HOSPICES
DESCRIPTION OF FACILITIES
Services
Number of Facilities
RESIDENT POPULATION
Demographic Data
Functional Data
Insurance Coverage and Hospice Profitability
ISSUES AND TRENDS
Fraud and Abuse

Health Care Reform
Proprietary Technologies
Profitability
MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST
Cost of Care
Size of the Market
COMPETITOR ANALYSIS
MARKET ANALYSIS
SIX: ASSISTED LIVING
DESCRIPTION OF FACILITIES
Services
Number of Facilities
RESIDENT POPULATION
Demographic Data
Functional Data
Length of Stay
Insurance Coverage
ISSUES AND TRENDS
Health Care Reform

Quality of Care
Federal Quality Improvement Initiatives
State Quality Improvement Initiatives
Safety
Mergers and Acquisitions
Consumer Knowledge and Information
MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST
Cost of Care
Size of the Market
COMPETITOR ANALYSIS
MARKET ANALYSIS
SEVEN: MARKET SUMMARY
OVERVIEW
ISSUES AND TRENDS
Continuum of Care
Reimbursement and Regulatory Changes
Specialty Care
Competitive Bidding
Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST
COMPETITOR ANALYSIS
EIGHT: PROFILES

To order this report: The Long Term Care Market: Nursing Homes, Home Care, Hospice Care, and Assisted Living
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