Particularly in light of new opportunities available to aging network programs under the Affordable Care Act, there are a number of opportunties for the aging network to collaborate with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services in the health care sector, as well as to partner with local networks of hospitals and other health care entities to provide a more holistic, person-centered approach.

Toolkit: Understanding the Perspectives Among Healthcare Decision Makers: Path to a Pitch Perfect Value Proposition

November 30, 2016

Understanding the role/needs of various decision makers within specific health care organizations is a critical factor in the development/design of your value proposition proposals to these potential customers. This webinar identifies some of the key decision makers within health care organizations and the important issues that will resonate with them and maximize the development of… Read more »

2016 Pre-Conference Workshop – Hosted by Meals on Wheels America

October 25, 2016

Looking for 2015 Pre-Conference Workshop? Click here. Looking for 2014 Pre-Conference Workshop? Click here. Healthcare Integration 101: Payers, Players and Opportunities WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS The goal of this Workshop was to explore and discuss opportunities for home and community-based services (HCBS) to be a part of integrated healthcare services. Senior nutrition programs can deliver valuable services… Read more »

Webinar: Addressing Food Insecurity, One Partnership and Innovation at a Time

September 7, 2016

The Alliance of Community Health Plans (ACHP) invites you to join this upcoming webinar to discuss how not-for-profit health plans are implementing innovative approaches to address food insecurity in their communities. Join us and learn how: HealthPartners (Minneapolis, Minnesota), in partnership with the Valley Outreach Food Shelf, applies the principles of food marketing, behavioral economics… Read more »

Meeting the Dietary Needs of Older Adults Exploring the Impact of the Physical, Social, and Cultural Environment: Workshop Summary

August 11, 2016

Older adults are a growing demographic group in the United States, and a range of physical, social, financial, and cultural factors affect their nutritional status. Metabolic and physiologic changes that accompany normal aging modify the nutritional requirements of older adults. An examination of evidence is needed to better understand how nutritional status is associated with… Read more »

The Aging Network in Transition: Hanging in the Balance

February 4, 2016

This paper, ‘The Aging Network in the Transition: Hanging in the Balance’, covers key developments that are re-shaping the network as well as efforts to better measure the quality and value of its programs and services. The report also includes: case studies highlighting the work of the aging network in Florida, Massachusetts and California, discussion… Read more »

Guide to Preventing Readmissions among Racially and Ethnically Diverse Medicare Beneficiaries

February 2, 2016

With support from the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services Office of Minority Health, the Disparities Solutions Center at Massachusetts General Hospital, in partnership with NORC at the University of Chicago, has created a Guide to Preventing Readmissions among Racially and Ethnically Diverse Medicare Beneficiaries. Racial and ethnic minority populations are more likely than their… Read more »

Building the Business Case: Community Organizations Responding to the Changing Healthcare Environment for Older Adults

February 2, 2016

The National Coalition on Care Coordination (N3C) sponsored a symposium at the March 2014 Aging in America Conference of the American Society of Aging. That symposium, “Building the Business Case: Responding to the Changing Environment for the Aging Network,” has informed much of the content and lessons reflected in this brief. This brief is intended… Read more »

Keeping Up with Health Care Organizations: Understanding the Value Proposition as Integrated Care Progresses

January 22, 2016

Hosted by the: National Resource Center on Nutrition and Aging On December 9th last year,  we provided a webinar with Sharon Williams. In this previous webinar, Sharon discussed how nutrition program could align their services with the key issues that drive healthcare organizations’ primary needs. She also focused on consumer and compliance needs. This follow-up webinar … Read more »

Nutrition to Reduce Hospital Admissions for Older Adults

December 23, 2015

Over the past several years there has been continued focus on reducing the number of patients being readmitted to a hospital once they have been discharged. Many factors are involved, and both acute and post-acute providers are paying close attention to reducing their number of readmissions. This not only involves reviews and monitoring of internal… Read more »

Toolkit: The Key Drivers for Healthcare Organizations when Partnering with CBOs

August 17, 2017

The success of any customer outreach campaign is having a comprehensive understanding of their drivers and the solutions your organization can apply to their needs. This webinar addresses some of the primary drivers for health care organizations in the wake of the long term care services/supports initiatives, focusing on dual eligible plans, Medicaid/Medicare plans, hospitals,… Read more »

Older Americans Act Nutrition Programs Evaluation: Meal Cost Analysis

November 9, 2015

Nutrition Service Programs (NSP), administered by the Administration on Aging (AOA) within the Administration for Community Living (ACL) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) under the Older Americans Act (OAA), represents a key component of America’s strategy for ensuring that the health and social needs of older adults are adequately met…. Read more »

2015 Pre-Conference Workshop – Hosted by Meals on Wheels America

October 19, 2015

Looking for 2014 Pre-Conference Workshop? Click here. Positioning Your Program in the Healthcare Market WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS The Affordable Care Act provides exciting growth opportunities for senior nutrition programs to become part of the integrated healthcare solution for older adults and people with disabilities. The goal of this intensive workshop is to senior nutrition programs assess… Read more »

Toolkit: HCBS Providers Use Quality Improvement to Demonstrate Impact

November 3, 2016

In this webinar, listeners will gain and overview of quality improvement, how it can be used to improve your program and how it can be used as an effective tool for piloting with hospitals and payers. This training was led by Andrey Ostrovsky, CEO of Care at Hand and two representatives from leading HCBS providers,… Read more »

2014 Pre-Conference Workshop – Hosted by Meals on Wheels America

October 19, 2015

Looking for 2015 Pre-Conference Workshop? Click here. Strengthening the Network through Home and Community-Based Service Pre Conference Intensive Workshop – sponsored by the National Resource Center for Nutrition and Aging August, 25, 2014 – Scottsdale, Arizona This intensive workshop was designed to guide participants through the steps needed to become part of an integrated care solution… Read more »