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.

Embracing Older Americans Month by Serving Up Food Security for Older Adults

As the Center rolls out the second round of our Consumer Voices for Innovation (CVI 2.0) grants targeting social determinants of health and their impacts on various consumer populations, partners in Massachusetts and Maine focus on needs of older adults.

Contribute! Celebrating Older Adults Who Make a Difference in Health Innovation

The third pillar of this year's Older Americans Month theme, “Connect, Create, Contribute,” holds particular resonance for us at the Center, where we work to elevate the voices of older adult consumers in health delivery reform advocacy.

Excitement, Caution and Unanswered Questions: A Look at CMS’s New Primary Care Models

At the Center for Consumer Engagement in Health Innovation, we’ve long been champions of the important role primary care plays in improving health outcomes, lowering health care costs and achieving health equity.

Five Things We’re Doing in 2019 to Address the Social Determinants of Health

Community Catalyst’s work on social determinants is longstanding, and is an essential component of the framework needed to build a just health care system that works for everyone. Here are five ways we’re going deeper in 2019.

Eldercare Voices: Marking Older Americans Month: A Conversation With Byllye Avery on the Health Challenges Older Black Women Face

May is Older Americans Month, a perfect time to better understand some of the health-related challenges facing older Black women in the United States.

Director's Corner: Welcome to the May edition of Health Innovation Highlights!

We have lots of news to share this month about person-centered care advocacy for people with complex health and social needs.

Confronting the Wounds of Racism

During our recent visit to Montgomery, Alabama, we had the opportunity to confront our nation’s history of slavery, mass incarceration and racism, while also having our faith in our democracy elevated by witnessing energetically engaged consumer advocacy.

Eldercare Voices: Embracing Population Health to Improve Care for Older Adults

The emergence of value-based models of care has brought increased attention to improving coordination and quality while reducing unnecessary procedures and increasing attention to quality of life and patient-centered, individualized care.
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