Publications

Posted July 21, 2015

On July 13th, The White House held its sixth Conference on Aging.  Industry leaders and experts discussed issues shaping the landscape for America's aging future. Read Dr. Chernof's perspectives on successes and what was missing.

Posted June 24, 2015

Health care coverage issues are still front and center when the media talks about the Affordable Care Act. However, the delivery system reform elements of the law are quietly having a profound impact on today’s health care landscape. 

Dual Eligibles | CA State Budget and Policy | Care Coordination
Posted March 18, 2015

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has endured its share of controversy, facing both legal challenges and implementation difficulties. Even with these struggles, the ACA has created landmark improvements to our health care delivery system. Before the ACA, many Americans lacked access to affordable health insurance; today, over 16 million previously uninsured Americans have coverage.

Federal Budget and Policy
Posted January 22, 2015

Last month, California entered another two-year legislative cycle, with almost 40 new lawmakers arriving in Sacramento ready to tackle pressing issues facing our state.  As the state’s population over the age of 65 continues to grow, the beginning of a new legislative session is a timely reminder of the need to transform our long-term services and supports system. 

CA State Budget and Policy
Posted November 18, 2014

Developing a vision and strategy for the transformation of our system of long-term services and supports (LTSS) is imperative to better meet the current and future needs of older adults. Since 1961, the White House has held a Conference on Aging every decade to elevate issues facing older Americans and generate policy ideas to help improve the aging experience.

Federal Budget and Policy
Posted October 6, 2014

The time to improve California’s long-term services and supports system (LTSS) is now. The state has a growing aging population, opportunities for innovation have emerged through the Affordable Care Act, California’s Senate Select Committee on Aging and Long-Term Care will soon make its recommendations to the legislature, and finally, the state is digging out of years of recession. 

CA State Budget and Policy