Care Coordination

Care Coordination

The healthcare journey can be particularly complex and fragmented for older adults, two-thirds of whom have at least two chronic conditions. With three-quarters of global healthcare spending going to chronic care management, families and payers are aligned in their desire to care for people in the least restrictive, most cost-effective setting possible. Families and providers need new tools and care models to support care transitions, clinical collaboration, medication management, population health management, and remote care delivery.

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Organizations to Watch:

  • American Society on Aging
  • Apollo Education Group
  • Healthcare Information and Management Systems
    Society—Long-Term & Post Acute Care Roundtable
  • Kaiser Family Foundation
  • National Association for the Support of Long Term Care
  • National Coalition on Care Coordination
  • Village Care

Events to Attend: 

  • American Hospital Association Leadership Summit
  • Care Coordination Summit
  • Care Coordination and Transitions Summit
  • Health Plan Innovations for Care Coordination
  • (NICHE) Conference
  • Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystem Elders
  • Senior Housing News Summit

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