A Model for Collaboration between Hospitals and Assisted Living Communities

Recorded On: 07/17/2013

The webinar will examine emerging models in which hospitals and assisted living facilities collaborate to manage the continuum of care for ALF residents more effectively, with the objective of reducing unnecessary ER visits and hospital admissions. The program will examine the populations that represent the most risk for health systems attempting to develop effective population health strategies for the Medicare population. Developing tailored joint programs with ALFs is a valuable element of such an approach when carefully constructed.

Learning Objectives:

1. Understanding the risks that the ALF population presents to ACOs and risk-bearing provider networks.
2. Identifying emergent best practices in coordinating care between health systems and ALFs.
3. Identifying emergent communication protocols that streamline and improve care transitions.


Erik Johnson
Senior Vice President
Avalere Health

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