Health Care and Community-Based Organizations Have Finally Begun Partnering to Integrate Health and Long-Term Care

February 2, 2018

Health Affairs Blog (February 2)—mentions ACL

Health Care and Community-Based Organizations Have Finally Begun Partnering to Integrate Health and Long-Term Care

Community-based organizations such as area agencies on aging (AAAs) and centers for independent living (CILs) have served for decades as cost-effective, trusted, and proven resources for addressing the health-related social needs of older adults and people with disabilities, including long-term care needs. Yet, until recently, the health care sector has had little awareness of the value of these home and community-based resources. 



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