Key Findings: Paying for Self-Management Supports as Part of Integrated Community Health Care Systems
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Key Findings: Paying for Self-Management Supports as Part of Integrated Community Health Care Systems

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July 15, 2012

As follow up to the May 2012 Expert Panel on Evidence-Based Health Promotion/Self-Management Supports: Moving to Integrated Community Health Care Systems, the Administration for Community Living/ Administration on Aging (AoA) and the National Council on Aging (NCOA) conducted interviews with selected health care organizations to gain a more detailed understanding of the implementation and funding opportunities for self management supports in response to recent health reform initiatives. This report shares the trends, barriers. opportunities, and recommendations that came out of those interviews.

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