- Many Americans mistakenly believe they have long-term care (LTC) insurance when they don’t
- AI and robotics could change the way we address LTC in the future
- There is opportunity for financial professionals to engage clients on LTC planning
In a recent survey conducted by Nationwide and LIMRA
, many Americans indicated they have long-term care coverage when they don’t. Some mistakenly view long-term disability insurance as something that will cover long-term care needs, and others erroneously assume their health insurance or Medicare will fill this gap. This and other misperceptions revealed in the survey highlight a great opportunity for financial professionals to have a conversation about planning for long-term care with their clients.
Dave Levenson, president and CEO for LIMRA, LOMA and LL Global joined Holly Snyder, president of Nationwide Life to dig into some of the survey findings and discuss implications for financial professionals.
In this Extraordinary Conversation, Dave and Holly touch on the following topics:
- Why many Americans mistakenly believe they have long-term care insurance when they do not, and how financial professionals can help them identify and address this gap
- The opportunity for financial professionals to engage clients in a constructive conversation about long-term care planning
- How new technology, including AI and robotics, might change the way we address long-term care in the future.