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Care Coordination Benefit

Care Coordination Benefit

Definition

A provision included in some long-term care (LTC) insurance policies that pays consultation fees for a professional, such as a registered nurse or a medical social worker, to periodically assess and make recommendations about the enrollee's care program. The purpose of the care coordination benefit is to adjust services when and if the individual's care needs change. Also known as a personal care adviser benefit or personal care advocate benefit.

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