The program was created through the federal Long-Term Care Security Act of 2000, with coverage being offered on a voluntary basis to federal employees and paid for by the covered employees and their families, according to information from the Office of Personnel Management.
What does LTCSA stand for?
LTCSA stands for Long-Term Care Security Act (insurance)
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- Landfill Tax Credit Scheme (UK)
- Liquid Thermal Control System (space technology)
- Long Term Care Services
- Long-Term Channel Statistics
- Long-Term Compensation Scheme
- Low Temperature Carbon Steel
- Low Transverse Cesarean Section (surgical obstetric delivery)
- Long-Term Care Skilled Nursing Facility
- Long-Term Care Savings Plan (Nebraska State Treasurer's Office)
- Little Traverse Civic Theatre (Petoskey, MI)
- Long Term Care and Treatment
- Long-Term Civilian Training (US DoD)
- Low Tension Current Transformer
- Letter to Credit Unions (National Credit Union Administration)
- Long-Term Care Units
- Low-Temperature Chemical Vapor Deposition
- Los Trancos County Water District (California)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Congress, seeking to assist federal employees in obtaining protection from the high cost of long-term care services, created the program through the federal Long-Term Care Security Act of 2000.
19 /PRNewswire/ -- The American Council of Life Insurers (ACLI), which represents 87 percent of the private long-term care insurance industry, praised President Clinton today for signing the Long-Term Care Security Act into law -- and providing as many as 20 million current and retired federal employees, active and retired military personnel and their families with the opportunity to obtain private long-term care insurance as a self-funded benefit.