Webinars & Briefings

Webinar: How Medicare Advantage Plans Can Improve Care and Save Money

Join Avalere Health and The SCAN Foundation experts on January 22, as they discuss recent report and policy briefs on how data collection and targeting can improve care and save money. The webinar will begin at 10am (PST)/1pm (EST).

Materials for the 2014 California Long-Term Services and Supports Summit

On Tuesday, September 30th at the Sacramento Convention Center, The SCAN Foundation hosted its fourth annual California Summit on Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS).  This year’s Summit built from California’s ranking on the 2014 State LTSS Scorecard and facilitated dialogue about the political, financial, and environmental realities of our state’s current systems and future potential.

PBS Newshour - Global and Regional Models for Long-Term Care – Can They Work Nationally?

On November 4th, the PBS NewsHour’s Hari Sreenivasan led an exploration of international models of care while taking a closer look at what's happening around the US.. This event was produced by MacNeil/Lehrer Productions in association with the PBS NewsHour and sponsored by The SCAN Foundation.

TSF Webinar: Data - The Who, What, When, and Where of Data Sources for Building Partnerships with the Health Care Sector

This webinar helps community-based organizations in using data to better understand and target populations as they engage in contractual partnerships with the health care sector.

TSF Webinar: Capturing Organizational Value: Pricing Home-and Community-Based Services

The SCAN Foundation pricing guide helps CBOs value and price their services.  This webinar will introduce the guide and provide a high level overview of pricing concepts.

Summit Materials for the 2013 California Summit on Long-Term Services and Supports

California’s system of long-term services and supports (LTSS) is in the midst of a significant transformation. On Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at the Sacramento Convention Center, The SCAN Foundation's 3rd Annual LTSS Summit engaged stakeholders from across California in a daylong discussion about this transformation occurring at both the state and local levels.

TSF Webinar: Meeting the Needs of Severely Mentally Ill Medicare Beneficiaries: Strategies for Coordinating Care

Individuals with severe mental illness (SMI) have complex care needs, particularly due to their high likelihood of having other chronic conditions, which can have a dramatic effect on hospitalizations and Medicare spending. Recognizing the impact of SMI on both costs and quality of care, innovative clinicians and policymakers are working to develop strategies for better care coordination to meet the needs of this population.

TSF Webinar: Managed Care 101 - Presenting the Fundamentals of Integrating Long-Term Services and Supports into a Managed Care Model

As California Coordinated Care Initiative moves toward implementation, LTSS providers and other stakeholders are preparing to work with health plans as business partners. To be most successful in these roles, LTSS providers and advocates must know the fundamentals of managed care. Please join us for a webinar on how managed care is organized and functions, including considerations for LTSS providers and stakeholders working in this new space.


TSF Webinar - A New Tool for Financial Planning and Sustainability

This webinar introduced The SCAN Foundation's new Financial Planning and Sustainability Tool.  The presentation provided community-based organizations, non-profits, and potential grantees with information and resources regarding financial planning for their organizational programs or projects, including an overview for how to use the tool, and a case study from Bay Area Community Services.

TSF Webinar - The Future of Affordable Housing with Services

The SCAN Foundation hosted a webinar on how the residential care marketplace, which includes assisted living, is changing and what it means for the future of long-term care. The webinar highlighted findings from a new survey of residential care facilities and what these findings mean for seniors and policymakers.  For background information on this issue, please read our brief on Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly in California.