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May 13, 2015 Whitepaper 18 min read
As reform initiatives catalyzed by the Affordable Care Act (ACA) continue to drive reductions in utilization of acute and post-acute healthcare services, new models of care will be imperative for providers of assisted living, independent living and continuing care retirement communities.

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As reform initiatives catalyzed by the Affordable Care Act (ACA) continue to drive reductions in utilization of acute and post-acute healthcare services, new models of care will be imperative for providers of assisted living, independent living and continuing care retirement communities. At the 2015 Senior Living 100 Conference, Plante Moran and Lincoln Healthcare Group gathered C-level senior-care executives to discuss these opportunities and challenges.

This whitepaper summarizes the key takeaways from the panel’s discussion that centered on the innovations that organizations are undertaking to deliver more services to seniors in their homes or less-expensive care settings, and how such organizations are collaborating to ease care transitions and improve quality while lowering overall costs.

What's inside?

  • Innovations in population health
  • Taking on increasing levels of risk
  • Technology to better care
  • Innovations to improve senior care

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