Eldercare Voices: Changing the Way the Poverty Level is Calculated Will Harm Older Adults

In May, the White House Office for Management and Budget (OMB) published a request for comment on potential changes to how the federal government measures poverty, posing serious threats to older adults and aging services, if implemented.

Director's Corner: Medicare and Medicaid at 54 – Consumer Stories and Changes Ahead

As Medicare and Medicaid turn 54, these two programs are more important than ever for the health and well-being of millions of Americans. We are sharing a number of new stories and photos illustrating just how critical these programs are to all of us.

Director's Corner: Celebrating Consumer Leadership!

This month, we are thrilled to announce the Center’s second annual Speak Up for Better Health award! This prize recognizes extraordinary people working to improve their health and the health of their communities.

Director's Corner: Person-Centered Care – Sharing Evaluation Results, Progress and Threats

Sharing Evaluation Results, News Affecting Medicare-Medicaid Enrollees, and Three Harmful Federal Policy Proposals.

As #OAM19 Winds Down, a Focus on Aligning Care with What Matters to Older Adults

On the final day of #OAM19, we’re pleased to share a look at Age-Friendly Health Systems, an initiative of The John A. Hartford Foundation and Institute for Healthcare Improvement, that seeks to improve care for all older adults.

A Treasure Trove of Resources on Providing Better Care for Older Adults

During the final week of Older Americans Month (#OAM19), we’re lifting up the work we’ve been doing with the Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office and The Lewin Group to develop webinar resources for providers and plans that provide care to older adults.
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