Senior Care and Senior Living

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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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Accessing Capital in Nursing Home Industry: The Role of Policy and Implications for the Future

Policymakers are calling attention to nursing home regulations clearly identifying owners and operators. We reviewed capital market dynamics, the role of private capital in the industry, and included policy implications for future reform.
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Promoting Independent Living Among Older Adults and People with Disabilities

Medi-Cal allows managed care plans to provide flexible person-centered services and address social drivers of health. Other states across the country can look to California’s experience to explore opportunities to leverage ILOS more broadly.
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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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Competition drives Medicare Advantage plans to offer special benefits in 2022

ATI's Cromer and Rallos talk with Modern Healthcare, "Medicare Advantage significantly grew enrollment from '21 to '22, accompanied by increased competition among plans. Plans see benefits as key differentiators for both new and current members."
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State Models to Support Medicaid LTSS

States are considering policies to support contracting with managed care organizations to deliver value-based care. Insurer-provider tensions and state goals have led others to adopt approaches that stop short of fully delegating administration.
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