A look at the state of nursing homes and alternative forms of long-term care, and the challenges ahead in an aging America.

Guests

  • Jeanie Kayser-Jones Professor of gerontological nursing & medical anthropology and founder of the John A. Hartford Center of Geriatric Nursing Excellence at the University of California, San Francisco
  • Paul R. Willging Associate director for program applications at Johns Hopkins University's Center on Aging and Health, and the School of Medicine's Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology; former president and CEO of both the Assisted Living Federation of America, and the American Health Care Association
  • Howard Gleckman Senior research associate at The Urban Institute; visiting fellow at the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; and author of a forthcoming book on long-term care.
  • Charles Duhigg Reporter, The New York Times

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