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Session Description: The session will discuss current demographics of this rising risk population and its impact on re-hospitalizations. It will also present how an integrated care model will foster partnership and innovative connections to providers in assisted living facilities, continuing-care retirement communities, hospital and home settings. Quality measures and care transitions will be reviewed within the context of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Health Challenge Innovations Grant and how they align with the CMS Triple Aim.
Describe assisted living demographics including typical resident profile.
Describe the evolution to an "integrated care" model in assisted living.
Define specific Quality Measures (NCAL & PSO) for assisted living providers.
Discuss the role of the physician, nurse practitioner, and physician assistant in assisted living.
Speaker(s): Lindsay Schwartz, PhD Kevin O'Neil, MD, CMD Alan Kronhaus, MD Barbara Resnick, PhD, CRNP David C. Grabowski, PhD
MD, FACP, CMD,
Chief Medical Officer,
Affinity Living Group