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Family Caregiver Considerations for the Future of Hospital at Home Programs

Family caregivers are critical to Hospital at Home programs’ success, yet current programs do not account for their needs. Inclusive and supportive policies will allow these new programs to truly meet the needs of both family caregivers and patients.
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Insights on CMS’ Request for Information on Medicare Advantage Program

Medicare Advantage is positioned to integrate and coordinate services more effectively than in fee-for-service environments. We organized our insights into a tool that explores key data on related topics to expand MA plans and value-based care.
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Needs of Medicare Beneficiaries with Mental Health Conditions

Ensuring equitable and integrated care for beneficiaries with mental health conditions requires a whole-person approach. Recent bipartisan congressional interest in the behavioral health space signals that change is both necessary and coming.
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Senior Living Communities: Uniquely Positioned to Reduce Social Isolation and Promote Social Connection in Older Adults

Senior living communities are positioned to provide social opportunities that help residents stay physically and mentally well while reducing isolation and health expenditures.
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News

Halting HCBS Support Is ‘Like Bringing an Umbrella to a Hurricane,’ Advocates Argue in Senate Hearing

Home Health Care News reports on Anne Tumlinson's testimony on HCBS, "Halting HCBS support is like bringing an umbrella to a hurricane."
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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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