Long-Term Care

Long-Term Care Insurance: Does Experience Matter?

Coe, NB, M Skira, CH Van Houtven. “Long-Term Care Insurance: Does Experience Matter?” Journal of Health Economics. 2015. 40, 122-131. PMCID: PMC4554715

Long-term Care Insurance: Does Experience Matter?

Coe, NB, M Skira, CH Van Houtven.  Long-term Care Insurance: Does Experience Matter? Journal of Health Economics. 2015. 40, 122-131.

Who Pays for Seniors Housing and Care Communities? Evidence from the Residents Financial Survey

Coe, NB, and AY Wu.  “Who Pays for Seniors Housing and Care Communities? Evidence from the Residents Financial Survey.”  Journal of Housing for the Elderly.  2014. 28(3):165-181.

The Effect of Informal Care on Work and Wages

Van Houtven, CH, NB Coe, and M Skira. “The Effect of Informal Care on Work and Wages.”  Journal of Health Economics.  2013; 32(1). 

The Asset and Income Profile of Residents in Seniors Care Communities

Coe, NB, and M Boyle.  “The Asset and Income Profile of Residents in Seniors Care Communities.”  Research in Aging 2013; 35(1).  

Caring for Mom and Neglecting Yourself? The Health Effects of Caring for an Elderly Parent.

Coe, NB, and CH Van Houtven.  “Caring for Mom and Neglecting Yourself? The Health Effects of Caring for an Elderly Parent.”  Health Economics 2009; 18(9): 991-1010. 

Long-Term Care Policy after Covid-19 - Solving the Nursing Home Crisis

A descriptive paper covering how COVID19 has further destabilized nursing homes and offering suggestions for how to improve long term care post-pandemic.

Werner R, Hoffman A, Coe NB: Long-Term Care Policy after Covid-19 - Solving the Nursing Home Crisis. (Perspective) The New England Journal of Medicine 382(22), May 2020.