Posted March 7, 2018

In February 2018, the Creating High-Quality Results and Outcomes Necessary to Improve Chronic (CHRONIC) Care Act was passed by Congress and signed by President Trump, making significant policy changes to advance the goals of integrated, person-centered care for adults with complex needs. This policy brief summarizes key sections of the new law.

Person-Centered Care | Long-Term Care Financing | Federal Budget and Policy
Posted September 29, 2017

Read the Foundation’s top 10 recommendations for improving integrated systems of care for people with Medicare and Medicaid, also known as dually eligible individuals.

Dual Eligibles | Federal Budget and Policy
Posted June 30, 2017

California maintained its rank at No. 9, but it must do more to keep up with the growth of the older adult population. This brief highlights trends in California’s performance and opportunities to improve its rate of progress.

Long-Term Care Financing | Caregiving | Home and Community-Based Services
Posted May 31, 2017

Californians with Medicare and Medi-Cal face many options when exploring how to get the health care and long-term services and supports they need. This brief begins to outline the range of available options.

Dual Eligibles | Managed Care | Care Coordination
Posted August 25, 2016

This policy brief provides an overview of the various types of quality measures and how they are created, why quality measures matter when caring for adults with complex care needs in integrated systems, and how stakeholders can influence the quality measure development process.

Dual Eligibles | Person-Centered Care | Care Coordination | Caregiving
Posted August 15, 2016

Adults with complex care needs are currently often served by a number of providers and systems that do not talk to each other or coordinate efforts, making it difficult for individuals to receive high-quality care. Efforts to transform delivery systems and associated quality measurements for this vulnerable population are also fragmented. The SCAN Foundation convened a working group to develop consensus on the Essential Attributes of a high-quality system of care that supports system transformation and evaluation. This full report includes the abbreviated literature review of existing frameworks.

Dual Eligibles | Person-Centered Care | Care Coordination | Caregiving