Posted November 2, 2015

This year's Summit created space for thought-leaders to learn and dialogue with each other about critical windows of opportunity, and how best to transform California's LTSS System.  Read Dr. Chernof's Perspectives on some key areas for system transformation that were discussed.

Person-Centered Care | CA State Budget and Policy
Posted October 26, 2015

California is among a dozen states participating in the national demonstration to improve care for people with serious chronic illnesses and functional limitations who qualify for both Medicaid and Medicare. We commissioned the Field Research Corporation to poll the state's dual eligibles, including people enrolled and those opting out in five demonstration counties as well as people in non-demonstration counties. What did the Field survey find?  People in Cal MediConnect reported positive experiences, with majories stating satifaction or confidence.

Dual Eligibles | Care Coordination
Posted August 6, 2015

Read Dr. Chernof's perspectives on the importance of forming effective health care/community-based organization partnerships.

Home and Community-Based Services | Business Acumen
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