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Highlights from the 2022 Seniors Housing Databook

A total of 5.8 million Medicare beneficiaries ages 65 and older live in seniors housing and nursing homes. Understanding the characteristics and experiences of these individuals, as well as older adults living in private residences, provides context for industry leaders and policymakers working to meet the health and well-being needs of a growing number of older adults.
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Where Do We Go From Here? Senior Care Innovators Taking Divergent Paths in a Challenging Post-Covid Environment

Long term care operators face a daunting array of challenges as the U.S. emerges from the pandemic. The workforce shortage has evolved from a near-term disruption to “getting back to normal” to a long-term existential crisis for many providers. As ATI’s work with leading senior care organizations across the country highlights, the right path forward depends on market conditions and the organization’s mission and capabilities.
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Healthcare At Home Needs Platforms to Aggregate and Connect Patients and Providers

Healthcare providers are adapting in response to technologies enabling remote work, staffing shortages, patient preferences, and the competitive landscape of inpatient care.
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MA Palliative Care Benefits See Little 2023 Growth, But Payer Interest Remains High

Tyler Cromer shares insights with Hospice News on 2023 palliative care benefits in Medicare Advantage.
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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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ATI’s Founder on the Future of Value-Based Care

ATI founder Anne Tumlinson shares her insights on the future of value-based care.
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