As primary care practices, operations, and structures undergo transitions throughout the health care environment, new models now exist that open up space for area agencies on aging (AAAs) and other community-based organizations (CBOs) to become real, funded partners in primary care transformation.
This presentation, part of part of n4a’s 2017 Aging Policy Briefing, breaks down the changing primary care landscape, offering insights into the novel care and payment systems that CBOs can provide value to, including patient-centered medical homes, accountable care organizations, and newly expanded chronic care management codes for Medicare.
Tim McNeill, RN, MPH, Health Care Consultant
Robert Schreiber, MD, Medical Director of the Healthy Living Center of Excellence; Clinical Instructor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
View the resource: Partnering with Primary Care to Improve Access and Care Coordination