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The Need for Cutting Edge Partnerships in an Era of Health Transformation
Health reform and demographic changes present unique opportunities and challenges for community-based organizations (CBO). This session will examine the vital need for partnerships between CBOs and healthcare entities, as well as provide examples from Ohio and Maryland of successful strategies for developing and sustaining these relationships. The purpose of this session is to set the stage for the ASA Healthcare and Aging Network (HAN) Special Programs at the March 2017 Aging in America conference.
- Understand the national policy and practice transformation shaping the healthcare delivery system for older adults;
- Understand successes and challenges in developing partnerships between CBOs and traditional healthcare delivery systems; and,
- Describe tools and skills that will help them better understand how to approach health plans and insurers to develop business relationships to provide services and supports for older adults.
Leigh Ann Eagle is executive director of the Maryland Living Well Center of Excellence (LWCE)–Mac Inc. LWCE focuses on implementing evidence-based programs and non-clinical services and partnering with healthcare systems across Maryland.
Brian Duke is system director of senior services with Main Line Health, a nonprofit health system serving portions of Philadelphia and its western suburbs. Prior to this he served as secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Aging.
Date: Thursday January 12, 2017
Time: 1 pm ET
Registration Fee: Free for Aging Society of America members; $49 Fee for all others
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