Join the Aging and Disability Business Institute and Scripps Gerontology Center for the release of new data on contracting between aging and disability community-based organizations (CBOs) and health care entities. Previous Business Institute Request for Information (RFI) surveys found that aging and disability CBOs across the country are contracting with health care payers and providers to address social and behavioral determinants of health. This webinar will present the results of the third RFI Survey, revealing how the contracting landscape has changed over the past three years. In addition to reviewing contracting trends in health care partners, services delivered, and payment structure, presenters will discuss CBO challenges and experiences with contracting.
Beth Blair joined n4a in July 2017 as a Senior Research Associate. In this role, she provides research and program support for the Aging and Disability Business Institute, the Capacity Building Initiative, and other programs and grants. This work includes assisting in the development and dissemination of n4a’s national AAA and Title VI Program surveys and the Business Institute’s Request for Information survey.
Abbe Lackmeyer, MGS, currently serves as a contracted Business Acumen Project Associate with Scripps Gerontology Center at Miami University. She has experience in both the academic and non-profit sectors related to programs and services for older adults. She has worked on projects that have assessed the capacity of the aging network to provide services to older adults in the community and as well as evaluate the products, processes and outcomes of the nationally known Aging and Disability Business Institute. She has experience with survey design, data management, analysis and reporting as well as experience in leading focus groups and conducting interviews for qualitative research purposes.
Traci Wilson, DPhil, is a Research Scholar at Scripps Gerontology Center, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. She is an experienced Aging Network researcher who is passionate about using data to support program evaluations and inform policy.
Participants in this webinar will be able to:
- Understand trends in contracting between CBOs and health care entities
- Understand how CBOs use the data they collect or have access to through contracts
- Identify common challenges and benefits of contracting with health care entities