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Where Do We Go From Here? Next Steps for Complex Care Measurement

Features a conversation with Heidi Bossley and Keziah Imbeah, authors of the recently published Measuring Complexity report, who share insights into the findings and considerations for the field in adopting a more standardized approach to complex care measurement.
Blog
September 2020

Primary Care Transformation: No Longer a Task of One

Primary care initiatives have shown that enhancing primary care can coordinate service delivery to the benefit of both patients and clinicians. In Medicare ACOs, primary care transformation has been foundational for shifting to a team-based approach that reaps benefits for everyone involved.
Blog
June 2019

Striving for Person-Centered Care

Describes a series of video modules for health system leaders and clinicians that aims to reinvigorate the idea of person-centered care for those with complex health, social, and functional needs.
Blog
May 2019

Is Co-Design the Key to Successful Complex Care Management?

What typically happens when a clinician meets a patient with complex care needs? Co-designing care is especially important when the care is for people with complex needs. Here are some tips for co-designing complex care management.
Blog
March 2019

PACE 2.0: A Prime Opportunity for Delivery Systems and Payers

The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly provides comprehensive, compassionate medical care and long-term services and supports to older adults with persistent complex needs who are eligible for nursing home care. Yet, PACE reaches less than two percent of those who could benefit from its services.
Blog
September 2018

Home: Perhaps the Most Important “Care Setting”

The program, known as Community Aging in Place — Advancing Better Living for Elders (CAPABLE), is a client-directed home-based intervention to increase mobility, functionality, and capacity to “age in place” for older adults.
Blog
June 2018