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National resources

Deficit Reduction Act of 2005

CMS enclosure, July 27, 2006

CMS letter to state Medicaid directors, July 27, 2006

Map of states


Minnesota Long Term Care Partnership laws and rules

• General
Minnesota Statutes 256B.0571

• Training of Producers
Minnesota Statutes 60K.365

• Exchange of Existing Coverage
Minnesota Statutes 62S.24 Subd. 8

• Inflation Protection Requirements
Minnesota Statutes 62S.23 Subd.1 (b)

Minnesota Statutes 256B.0571, Subd. 10

• Consumer Protection Standards
Minnesota Statutes 62S.312

Minnesota Department of Commerce Bulletins

Producer Training (7/18/07) (PDF)

Certification (8/29/07) (PDF) with Addendum issued on

Inflation, exchange, and notification (10/8/07) (PDF)

Minnesota research

Financing Long-Term Care for Minnesota’s Baby Boomers (January 2005)

Financing Options to Help Minnesotans Pay for Long-Term Care (February 2014)

Long Term Care Financing Reform

Reporting Requirements for Insurers

Long Term Care and Medicare Reports

Federal State Long-Term Care Partnership Program: Reporting Requirements for Insurers

Reciprocity: A number of other states have Partnership programs or are in the process of developing them. Reciprocity means that a person who has purchased a Partnership policy in one state can receive asset protection when applying for Medical Assistance (Medicaid) for Long-Term Care in another Partnership state. There are federal standards for reciprocity among all states participating in the Partnership program. These standards require all states developing Partnership programs after 1993 to accept reciprocal agreements with other states, unless the state notifies the federal government to the contrary. See this map of the states with reciprocity for more information.

Minnesota Resources

Minnesota Own Your Future
State of Minnesota website to help people plan for meeting their long-term care needs.

Aging 2030
State of Minnesota website that is focused on helping all individuals live well, age well and plan well including helping others in their communities do the same.

Project 2030
Special project of the State of Minnesota to identify demographic realities of the aging of Minnesota’s population and prepare the State’s response to the baby boom generation that begins turning 85 in 2030.

County-level demographic data

Medical Assistance Eligibility and the Long Term Care Partnership in Minnesota

Long Term Care Partnership and Medical Assistance Asset Protection

is the state of Minnesota’s online, objective directory of local and community services with specialized links to long-term care, government, transportation and health care. It contains more than 44,000 services from more than 26,000 locations and 12,000 agencies. It includes the award winning Long Term Care Choices Navigator, which helps people successfully remain in their homes or community. It is searchable by key word, zip code, service or issue. This database includes the home care agencies, senior housing, health plans and nursing facilities in the state.

Senior LinkAge Line® 1-800-333-2433
Senior LinkAge Line®: A One Stop Shop for Minnesota Seniors is operated by the Minnesota Board on Aging and provided locally through the Area Agencies on Aging. The Senior LinkAge Line® is designated by Medicare as Minnesota’s State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP). The Senior LinkAge Line® helps people find aging or long-term care services, including long term care options counseling that can help a person remain in their home. Senior LinkAge Line® staff have expertise with Medicare, Minnesota Long Term Care Partnership and private options for financing long-term care. The Senior LinkAge Line® does not sell or market any insurance product.

The Minnesota Board on Aging is a governor-appointed board. The Board designates and funds a network of seven Area Agencies on Aging that provide information and assistance, fund supportive services in local communities and advocate for the needs of older persons in their local areas. www.mnaging.org is the Minnesota Board on Aging’s website that includes information about long-term care.

The Minnesota Department of Commerce’s website provides information for consumers about long-term care-related insurance and financial products. For more information, contact the Minnesota Department of Commerce Consumer Response Team at (651) 539-1600 or outside the metro area 1-800-657-3602. Or, you can email them at consumer.protection@state.mn.us.

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