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  1. Be the Disruption You Seek

    Surviving and—they hope—thriving in a world of value-based care is a major concern of post-acute and long-term services and supports (LTSS) providers. As new managed care reimbursement models gain traction, many LeadingAge members are forced to find their place in the system as parts of preferred provider networks. ...

  2. Quality Transitions Boost Value-Based Services

    As value-based care becomes more common, post-acute and long-term services and supports providers will need to become more adept at preventing hospital admissions and emergency department visits, and nurses appear to play a key role in the success of those organizations that have made this a priority. “The RN ...

  3. Aging Services Prepares for Risk

    For Arnie Possick, the growing need to adapt to new value-based health care delivery systems is part of a tradition of innovation in the aging-services sector that stretches back more than a century. “I always advise people to put things in perspective,” says Possick, chief strategy officer at Los ...

  4. The Care and Feeding of Networks

    The managed care train has left the station and is gaining speed, leading many providers to band together and rely upon managed care networks (MCNs) to address the quality, cost, and administrative challenges presented by a new, more complex health care environment. While providers have joined MCNs to jointly negotiate ...

  5. Intergenerational Veterans Program Keeps the Dialogue Going

    “I was drafted at age 18 in 1944. When I got the draft notice, I had to report to Madison Square Garden.” Thus began the story of Brooklyn-born Harold Schwartz’s service in World War II. Schwartz, now 92 years old, describes his journey as “just a lowly 18-year-old Army private” preparing ...