Tag Archives: Aging
Health Philanthropy’s Role In Uncertain Times, NIH Funding, Oral Health: A Round-Up Of Foundation Blogs
These thoughtful pieces on some daunting challenges were published by foundations and a foundation grantee.
April 27, 2017
Dorothy Rice, who passed away on February 25, 2017, was a giant in the field of health services research, conducting groundbreaking studies and mentoring others who continue to contribute to the field.
April 7, 2017
We stand behind our original analysis and remain convinced that DYNASIM, the model used to generate our simulations, is a valuable tool for projecting LTSS spending and evaluating alternative financing options.
March 17, 2017
In this post, I make the case that there are serious flaws in a recent Urban Institute attempt at modeling, employed in Health Affairs, for new public insurance programs for financing LTSS.
February 15, 2017
The new paradigm for an age-friendly health system is based on patients’ goals and values, and on improved outcomes and lower costs of care within the walls of the hospital and beyond, says The John A. Hartford Foundation. It aims to test the new Age-Friendly Health Systems approach to care by...
November 3, 2016
As individuals age, their need for both medical and nonmedical services and supports increases. In a recent report, we review current policies addressing the needs of family caregivers, evaluate emerging evidence on the effectiveness of these policies, and suggest some potential new policy...
September 8, 2016
While social determinants of health are often addressed outside of the health care system, there is evidence that shows positive associations between social services spending and better health outcomes.
August 29, 2016
CMS' decision to compensate physicians for having advance care planning conversations was an important step to transform ACP. However, we cannot expect physician reimbursement to change attitudes surrounding ACP — we need to engage community members and leaders.
August 22, 2016
Read about staff changes at foundations from Maine to California. Interested in being a foundation president? There's an opening.
July 22, 2016
Medicare has been successful in assuring the health and economic security of the nation’s elderly and disabled. As it enters its second 50 years, the program faces considerable challenges and better strategies are needed to serve the growing number of beneficiaries.
July 12, 2016