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Source: National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) Long-Term Care Insurance Experience Reporting - Form 5, End of Year Inforce Counts, by company type (2010 - 2013 and 2015); NAIC Long-Term Care Insurance Experience Reports for 2014, End of Year Inforce Count, state-level aggregate counts; /a/ California total group policy counts separately reported for California Public Employee Retirement System group LTCI policies.  CalPERS is not an NAIC reporting company.  CalPERS, Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, fiscal years ended June 30, 2010 - June 30, 2015. Long-term care program data for participant counts and covered lives.  Available at  State level data excludes federal long-term care insurance group policy counts; /b/ Includes enrollment of all 50 states and DC in the Federal Long-Term Care Insurance Program as of calendar year end of 2010 - 2015. Data obtained from Long Term Care Partners, LLC, the administrator of the FLTCIP and BENEFEDS. /c/ Includes 2015 NAIC Form 5 filing data for Continental Casualty Insurance.  Form 5 filing obtained directly from Continental Casualty Insurance Company. 

Notes: These data come from file "V:\OED\Pol&Strat\PPI\PPI\State LTSS Scorecard\2017 Scorecard\Data Collection & Analysis\FINAL Data Files_Files for Jean Accius\Private Long-Term Care Insurance_12.7.16 v3\Scorecard #3_All data 2010-15 Sheet". Raw data purchased from NAIC for the LTSS State Scorecard.  See the 2017 LTSS State Scorecard methodology for this measure at 

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