The LTSS Care Management Experience Survey: A Tool to Enhance Contracting Between CBOs and Healthcare Entities

REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR HERE. A significant challenge experienced by community-based organizations (CBO) in contracting with health care entities is health care partners’ reluctance to share data on the outcomes of CBO services. In response, the health plans workgroup of the Trailblazers Learning Collaborative developed a standard long-term services and supports (LTSS) care management client experience …

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Contracting with Health Plans: Why Working With Health Plans and Payers Is Vital to the Independent Living Movement

REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR HERE. This webinar will inform CILs (Centers for Independent Living) and other CBOs (Community-Based Organizations) about partnering with health plans and payers and how it can help to diversify the funding and building of self-sustaining programs. The presenters have first-hand knowledge of how working with health plans and payers provides an …

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Innovative Thinking that Successfully Meets Payers Needs

This Aging and Disability Business Institute resource features the multi-payer approach to health care contracting implemented by Partners in Care Foundation (Partners), a community-based organization (CBO) located in San Fernando, CA. Partners were successful in securing contracts with Medicaid Managed Care Organizations (MCOs), but the program was at risk of failing as there was no existing …

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Business Institute and Collaborative Consulting Launch New Readiness Assessment Tool for CBOs

TO ACCESS THE READINESS ASSESSMENT, CLICK HERE   In our work over the past several years, we have experienced first-hand the potential that the design and implementation of effective cross-sector partnerships have in creating a better system of health. These partnerships, bringing together community based organizations (CBOs) and healthcare providers and payers are resulting in …

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Taking Integrated Care Success to the Next Level: Statewide Innovation in Virginia

REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR HERE   The Eastern Virginia Care Transitions Partnership (EVCTP) is a unique formal collaborative of area agencies on aging, health systems, and clinical providers that served more than 25,000 Medicare patients through the federal Community-based Care Transitions Program (CCTP). The EVCTP used that formative experience to build statewide capacity to provide …

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Taking Charge! Evidence-Based Self-Management Programs

REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR HERE   Approximately half of all adults in the United States have a chronic health condition – including conditions such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, arthritis, and diabetes. Cardiovascular disease and cancer account for almost half of all deaths, arthritis is the leading cause of disability, and diabetes can result in serious …

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Organizational Buy-In: Making Member Engagement A Top Priority

REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR HERE   Empowering beneficiaries enrolled in both Medicare and Medicaid to play a more active role in improving their health is essential to delivering the type of person-centered care that can improve health outcomes and reduce health care costs. For this strategy to succeed, health plans must buy into the value …

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Getting Ready for the Second Wave of the Baby Boom: How CBOs can work with Medicare Advantage plans to serve Trailing-Edge Boomers

  As leaders of aging and disability organizations, you are well aware of a fact that many other industries have only recently become aware of: the Baby Boomers are aging – and there are millions of them. Many health plan leaders have also now started paying strategic attention to how this massive aging cohort is …

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