Predicts what the field of complex care may look like under the Biden-Harris administration and identifies opportunities to strengthen the field.
Researchers share their insights on whether older adults’ health care preferences are being taken into account and how health systems can become more person-centered.
Medicare Advantage Supplemental Benefit Flexibilities: An Early Assessment of Adoption and Policy Opportunities for Expanded Access
Money Moves the Mare: The Response of Community‐Based Organizations to Health Care’s Embrace of Social Determinants
Collaborating with consumers and better understanding their communities can strengthen different facets of complex care programs, including program design and planning, research and evaluation, care delivery, and quality improvement. Partnering with complex care consumers can also assist health care systems in delivering care and services that is more responsive to patients’ experiences, preferences, and values. While many health care organizations recognize the importance of meaningful consumer engagement, there are often challenges and uncertainties about how to build authentic and mutually...
Identifying Populations with Complex Needs: Variation in Approaches Used to Select Complex Patient Populations