Care Delivery Integration

Recordings

Anne Tumlinson testifies to the Senate Committee on Aging on home and community-based services

Anne Tumlinson testified before the Senate Committe on Aging about the importance of funding and investing in home and community-based services to better support aging seniors. This includes more consideration for adequately funding caregivers who make it possible for seniors to remain safely at home .
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News

What I Learned From My Family’s Home Health Experience

Anne Tumlinson shares personal insights in Health Affairs, “My experience supporting my father suggests that we have a long way to go before our payment systems and benefit designs are equipped to deliver on the benefits of healthcare at home”
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Work

Modernizing California’s HICAP

This report outlines strategic recommendations for the California Department of Aging to explore in its effort to improve quality, equity, and cultural competence. Other states and their SHIPs might also consider these recommendations.
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Work

Complex Populations Deserving Integrated Housing, Clinical, and Lifestyle Support

The care needs of those living in independent or assisted living surpass the needs of those in traditional private housing, often resulting in higher utilization and spending. Silos between communities and services create barriers to integration.
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News

Mayo, Kaiser form coalition to extend hospital at home into the future

ATI Founder and CEO, Anne Tumlinson, talks with Modern Healthcare about the future of hospital-at-home programs and whether racial or socioeconomic factors may affect a patient's ability to receive care at home.
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Insights

How Medicare Can Support Housing Needs During COVID-19

This blog highlights the importance of providing housing to older adults during the pandemic and explores authorities currently available to Medicare Advantage plans to do so, which were recently cited in CMS guidance.
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