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Kiplinger's Retirement Report
Palliative care makes it possible to treat the symptoms of serious illness without giving up quality of life.
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Consider timing, type of facility and costs when choosing a long-term care option.
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If you're unable to work for an extended period of time, a long-term disability insurance policy could help pay the bills.
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The information can give patients more power over how they want their last days to play out.
For those enrolling in traditional Medicare, buying a supplemental insurance policy covers the substantial gaps left by deductibles and co-payments.
A small provider network could lead to unexpected, big medical bills. Take these five steps to reduce that risk.
A new approach to primary care, patient-centered medical homes save money, reduce unnecessary services and improve patients' health.
A little-noticed provision of the Affordable Care Act could open the door for many patients seeking potentially life-saving treatments.
These private insurance plans are a one-stop shop for medical care.
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For a set price, patients receive a full range of medical services.
New online tools can help consumers find the best deals on medical care.
Visit several places, scour the fine print and ask a lot of questions when choosing an assisted-living facility.
Communities nationwide are experimenting with housing options and services to help seniors live independently and stay in their own homes.
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Disability insurance will replace a portion of your income if an illness or accident prevents you from working.
Hire a care manager or assemble a network of helpers if your parent lives far away.
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Physicians are communicating with their patients using Web-based programs.
Choosing among the dozen private Medigap insurance plans can be difficult.