With the growth of the hospice industry, consumers have a number of choices for end-of-life care. Here’s a primer to help be prepared.
To become a judge, individuals donate at least $1,000 and then hear presentations about a handful of proposals before voting on a winner.
Consumer advocates say if you decide to get the coverage, be careful about the details.
The coverage is expensive and often restrictive, but it offers vital protection and flexibility for some consumers facing a nursing home stay.
Among the most costly mistakes is missing the deadline for enrollment.