Perspectives: Navigating Change Toward Person-Centered Care — Themes from the 2015 California Summit on Long-Term Services and Supports
Our annual summits create space for thought-leaders to learn and dialogue with each other about critical windows of opportunity, and how best to transform California’s long-term services and supports ystem. Read Dr. Chernof’s Perspectives on some key areas for system transformation that were discussed at the 2015 LTSS Summit.Date Updated: 11/05/2015
Over 330 people gathered together at The SCAN Foundation’s fifth annual Summit on Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS), representing federal and state policymakers, health systems, researchers,
community-based organizations, various providers, and consumer advocates. Speakers and panelists took stock of where California is in transforming its LTSS system, and what is needed to move forward…
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