Money Follows the Person assists states with transitioning older adults and individuals with disabilities back to their homes from nursing homes. While the program has improved the lives of individuals and reduced Medicaid spending, it expired over a year ago and states are running out of money. The Disability and Aging Collaborative, led by NCOA, […]
This resource highlights implications of three of the ten 2017 National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support = and their potential impact on community-based organizations implementing the accredited Self-Management Resource Center (SMRC) model.
Check out this webinar for a guided tour of helpful resources developed by NCOA’s Center for Healthy Aging to support your work in implementing evidence-based programs.
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.
This presentation describes the changing environment of aging and long-term services and supports, greater involvement in health care delivery, and the key role of evidence-based programs in the future.