In this issue, we examine what "Google health care" could look like in five years, Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota's delivery of frozen meals where Meals on Wheels can't go, and why the payroll tax is Washington state’s bold solution to help seniors age at home.
CVS wants to make your drugstore your doctor, an investigation uncovers widespread exploitation of workers who tend to the elderly, and an introduction to Lutheran Services in America’s new Manager of Philanthropic Engagement.
The executive summary for Phase 1 of the Great Plains Senior Services Collaborative, a multi-year partnership to leverage the unique assets of rural communities to help seniors maintain their independence, is now available.
The Administration for Community Living advocates across the federal government for older adults, funds services and supports in states, and invests in training, research, and innovation.
This issue's spotlight focuses on the U.S. health care cost crisis. Plus, have you taken the Catalyst two-minute survey?
The Caregiver Advise, Record, Enable (CARE) Act became law in 40 states and territories in just four years, and additional states have initiated the legislative process.
A recent study found that among patients discharged from a skilled nursing facility to home, greater than 25% had negative outcomes in 30 days and over half within 90 days. What can be done about these unfortunate statistics? Connect-Home!
On March 21, Lutheran Services in America will offer an informational webinar on Connect-Home, an evidence-based transitional care model that empowers patients and their caregivers to manage patients’ serious illness at home, improve function, and prevent avoidable re-hospitalizations.
Minnesota’s aging find help to live where they want to, frail seniors find ways to live independently (the CAPABLE Program), and more.