Reducing Hospitalizations by Integrating Health and Housing

Reducing Hospitalizations by Integrating Health and Housing Quantifying the Value of Healthcare Investments by Senior Housing Operators THE ISSUE Over the next 15 years, 80 percent of the United States population will experience one or more chronic conditions, costing...

Key Components for Successful LTSS Integration

Key Components for Successful LTSS Integration Developing the Business Case for LTSS Integration THE ISSUE A small share of the population with the most complex care needs accounts for a large portion of all healthcare spending. Healthcare payment and delivery...

Functional Impairment a Key Factor in High Medical Spending

Functional Impairment a Key Factor in High Medical Spending Identifying the Key Spending Drivers in Medicare Population THE ISSUE The discourse on major drivers of high medical spending for American seniors often focuses on the role of chronic conditions but overlooks...

Bipartisan Consensus in Long-Term Care Financing

Bipartisan Consensus in Long-Term Care Financing Emerging Consensus on a Challenging Public Policy Problem THE ISSUE Half of all Americans turning 65 today will one day find themselves needing a high level of help with basic daily activities, such as walking, eating,...

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