Virgin Islands.. AARP finds U.S. Seniors have limited usage of home and community-centered aervices under Medicaid A new report by AARP’s Public Policy Institute finds combined results and promising signs among state efforts to balance long-term care options under Medicaid. Unfortunately, based on the report, just four states spent a lot more than 50 % of their Medicaid LTC dollars for the elderly providing home and community based providers . In Pennsylvania, 90 percent of Medicaid LTC dollars for the elderly and adults with physical disabilities who have limited financial resources are steered to nursing homes. The survey, A Balancing Act: Condition Long-Term Care Reform, may be the first to examine Medicaid shelling out for long-term care for older people and adults with physical disabilities, separate from additional LTC users such as people with mental retardation/developmental disabilities .Furthermore to Mr. Dr and Gallagher. McDonnell, the Actavis Table contains Paul M. Bisaro Executive Chairman; Brenton L. Saunders, CEO and President; Catherine M. Klema, Nesli Basgoz, M.D., James H. Bloem, Christopher W. Bodine, Christopher J. Coughlin, Patrick J. O'Sullivan, Ronald R. Taylor, and Fred G. Weiss.On February 5, 2015, in preparation for the closing of the acquisition of Allergan, the Actavis Plank of Directors voted to reduce the Actavis Panel from 14 associates to 12, and announced the voluntary resignation of Tamar D.