Resources

This resource examines the characteristics and health care experiences of adults with high needs, defined as people with three or more chronic diseases and a functional limitation.

This resource is a case study of Hennepin Health, a safety-net accountable care organization (ACO) in Hennepin County, Minnesota, that aims to reduce costs and improve outcomes for Medicaid benefic

This resource examines health care spending and use of services among adults with high needs, defined as people who have three or more chronic diseases and a functional limitation.

This resource reviews Commonwealth Fund survey data focused on high-need adults ages 65 and older in nine countries — Australia, Canada, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerlan

Palliative care can lead to longer survival and better quality of life for patients, while offering a high-leverage opportunity to reduce costs.

LTSS can improve quality of life for individuals with multiple chronic conditions and functional limitations.

This resource reports the findings from focus groups of adults with three or more health conditions that limit their ability to do things such as get out of bed, dress, or bathe themselves.

There are many theories and anecdotes about care models for high-need, high-cost patients, but little information on what really works to improve care for this population.

More than half of all Americans have employer-based health insurance, but most research on high-need, high-cost individuals has focused on Medicare and Medicaid recipients.

This resource provides a definition and essential elements of person-centered care, based on a national consensus of a team from the American Geriatrics Society in collaboration with a team from th

This resource provides a framework to assess the business case for PCC, focusing on both cost reduction and revenue increases for older adults with multiple chronic conditions and functional limita

This resource describes the Complex Care Initiative run by Project ECHO (Extension for Community Health Outcomes) at the University of New Mexico.