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Biden's $400 Billion Bet on Caring for Older and Disabled Americans at Home

President Biden wants to spend $400 billion to help older and disabled Americans get health care at home as part of his $2 trillion infrastructure proposal, a huge investment in…
April 8, 2021

Biden's $400 Billion Bet on Caring for Older and Disabled Americans at Home

President Biden wants to spend $400 billion to help older and disabled Americans get health care at home as part of his $2 trillion infrastructure proposal, a huge investment in an often neglected part of the health care system.

Guests:

Howard Gleckman, Senior Fellow, Urban Institute

Rachel Werner, MD, PhD, Executive Director, Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics at the University of Pennsylvania

Learn more and read a full transcript of the episode: https://tradeoffs.org/2021/04/08/bidens-400-billion-bet-on-caring-for-older-and-disabled-americans-at-home/

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