Resources

Family caregivers play a foundational role in the care of older adults with complex needs and disabilities from both a health care and economic standpoint.

This resource analyzes preventable ED visits and identifies mechanisms for preventing them.

This resource provides an example of an approach to caring for different subpopulations of people with dementia. 

This resource builds on the seminal Home Alone study, the first national examination at how family caregivers manage medical and nursing tasks. Major findi

This resource is a series of four videos (each roughly 12 minutes long) about how to transform care for people with involved disabilities according to the “independent living” mod

This resource offers a variety of materials about “personas” for different segments of the high-need patient population.

This resource describes the findings from a symposium called “The Dual Imperative: What’s Next for Medicare-Medicaid Enrollees,” which brought together policymakers, consume

This resource describes the strategies employed by ACOs that have comprehensive care management programs for complex patients.

This resource curates resources from experts across the country in the field of trauma-informed care.

 

This resource offers tools that can support the efforts of behavioral health providers to deliver integrated and coordinated care.

This resource collects the most innovative initiatives in Medicaid managed care that emerge each year.

This report is a compendium of five case studies that describe lessons learned from implementing innovative interprofessional education (IPE) approaches at the Veterans Health Adm