The Changing Healthcare Landscape: Impact on Northeast Ohio's Vulnerable Populations

leaders in aging

July 11, 2013

Local leaders in the aging and disability network addressed the affects of federal policy on northeast Ohio's vulnerable populations. Missed the program? Click the links below for presentation materials

Keynote Speaker
Richard Browdie, MBA, President/CEO, Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging (Keynote)
Integrated Health Care and Long Term Services and Supports Come Home

panel discussion

Linda Noelker, PhD, Sr. Vice President, Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging (Panel Moderator)

Ronald Hill, MS, CEO, Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging (Panel Member)
Impact on Northeast Ohio's Vulnerable Populations

Melanie Hogan, MEd, Executive Director, LEAP (Panel Member)
My Care Ohio: Challenges and Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities

Martha Kutik, MHCA, President/CEO, Jennings Center for Older Adults (Panel Member)
Impact on Northeast Ohio's Vulnerable Populations

Supplemental materials

Health Reform: Seven Things You Need to Know Now

Quality Measurement in Integrated Care for Medicare-Medicaid Enrollees

CMS and Ohio Partner to Coordinate Care for Medicare-Medicaid Enrollees

Financial Alignment Initiative (state examples, including Ohio)

What Is the Integrated Care Delivery System (ICDS)?

Greater Than the Sum: Using Integrated Care to Reduce Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities among Dual Eligibles

Targeting Root Causes to Address Inequities and Improve Health: Implications for Health Reform

The Bottom Line: How the Affordable Care Act Helps Ohio Families

KFF 2013 Dually Eligible Beneficiaries

NCQA 2013 Integrated Care for People with Medicare and Medicaid

CRNCC 2009 Integrating Care for Vulnerable Elders

Commonwealth 2012 Intl Profiles Health Care Systems


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