An effective value proposition is a statement that paints a clear picture of what you have to offer potential partners, such as health care providers, and how that offering addresses a problem or “pain point” they may have. Listen to this session for tips on how to develop and present your value proposition to enhance your organization’s opportunities to connect your services to health care partners’ needs.
Many state Medicaid agencies are turning to Managed Long Term Services and Supports (MLTSS) initiatives to enhance the coordination of clinical and community-based services, most often through contracts with Medicaid managed care organizations. Listen to this session for an overview of the MLTSS landscape, and conversations about how CBOs are utilized by leading MLTSS health plans.
Listen to this presentation for examples of how to embed evidence-based programs within your senior center activities. Speakers share an overview of the National Institute of Senior Centers (NISC), its member benefits, resources, and how NISC members have incorporated evidence-based programs.
Listen to this session to learn more about findings from the Aging and Disability Business Institute’s Request for Information Survey on contracting between community-based organizations and health care entities.
This session features three different community-based organizations’ unique approaches to achieve Medicare Reimbursement as a result of participating in NCOA’s Medicare Reimbursement Learning Collaborative.
Listen to this workshop for an overview of why and how to implement a dual venue approach (community-based and digital) to the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program.
Listen to this presentation to hear about the Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center’s experiences with building connections between the community, Chronic Disease Self-Management Education programs, and the tribal clinic. The program has had increasing success in sustaining the connection by staying in contact monthly evidence-based program graduates.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are dedicated to protecting health and promoting quality of life through the prevention and control of disease, injury, and disability. Listen to this session for updates on how CDC is continuing to support older adults and adults with disabilities’ health and safety.
In this presentation, Dr. Aaron Leppin discussed strategies for community integrated health care, effective messaging for health care providers to understand and embrace evidence-based programs, and the increasing role that social determinants of health play in well care.