Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) across the nation provide services addressing health care and social needs to support older adults living in the community. A Better Care Playbook blog outlines strategies that AAAs use to create and maintain successful partnerships with health care organizations.
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Read a new brief from Resources for Integrated Care on key considerations for effective partnerships between health plans and community-based organizations (CBOs) to meet members’ needs, such as meal delivery, social engagement activities, and transportation.
- Learn about the growth of cross-sector partnerships in a recent blog post from the Better Care Playbook.
Results from an Aging and Disability Business Institute (ADBI) survey offer insights to help CBOs present a business case to health care entities.
- Read a blog post from the Better Care Playbook about Area Agencies on Aging meeting health-related social needs; and
- Complete CBO readiness assessments from ADBI.
Aging and Disability Business Institute (ADBI) provides resources and training to community-based organizations seeking to build contracting relationships with health care partners.
Visit the redesigned ADBI website for:
- A new Resource Library
- Updated suite of assessment tools
- Best practices in contracting through Partnerships in Action
What is the tipping point when implementing a person-centered care program for Medicare beneficiaries with complex care needs becomes financially advantageous for medical/provider groups?
A new report by Victor Tabbush answers this question and provides insights. Also, read Dr. Chernof’s perspective.
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Institute for Healthcare Improvement released inpatient and outpatient return on investment (ROI) calculators. These tools are designed to help financial and clinical teams collect and analyze data in their organization, and ultimately make the business case for spreading age-friendly care.
In summer 2016, TSF led a discussion at the Aspen Ideas Festival about matching care with a person’s goals to get results. It featured Dr. Chernof and Dr. Mark McClellan, Director of the Center for Health Policy at Duke University, and was moderated by Margot Sanger-Katz of The New York Times. Listen to the panel here.