Learn more about recent changes to the “primarily health related” supplemental benefits that can be offered by Medicare Advantage plans and what this means for the aging network.
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Read this study, conducted by the National Council on Aging in 2000-2001, to assess health and supportive services programs provided by community organizations around the country. This study was completed in collaboration with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the National Association of State Units on Aging, the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging, and the National Institute of Senior Centers.
This publication is designed to help older adults gain access to needed substance abuse and mental health services by promoting new linkages between providers of aging services and relevant substance abuse and mental health services.
Report from the Wisconsin Institute for Healthy Aging about shared benefit partnerships to engage health care entities and payers to expand capacity and sustainability of evidence-based programs.
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