Spring Webinar Series to Focus on Care of the Nation's Aging Population
Community and System Based Models of Care Management to Support Frail Older Adults Living in the Community
March 21st at 2pm EST
The needs of an aging population are intersecting with a period of tremendous change
in the roles of health professionals and in the foundations of health care financing
In the second of three webinars to focus on the workforce serving frail older adults, Drs. Karen Donelan, Nicolas Oreskovic and Robyn Golden will report on community and system based models of care management for older adults with complex needs. Dr. Donelan will present data from models that are community based; Drs. Oreskovic and Golden will present 2 different large health system approaches highlighting the work of physicians, nurses and social workers in these models.
Previous Webinars in this Series:
Inter-professional Models of Care to Support Frail Older Adults Living in the Community
February 21st at 2pm EST
For several decades, our health system has been anticipating increased demands for health services and supports from older adults. The needs of this growing population are intersecting with a period of tremendous change in the roles of health professionals and in the foundations of health care financing and organization. Interest in social determinants of health and the role of long term services and supports have prompted interest in care delivery models for this segment of the population.
In the first of three webinars to focus on the workforce serving frail older adults, Drs. Karen Donelan, Peter Maramaldi, and Barbara Roberge will report on the design and implementation of a large scale national study of care models and teams, highlighting professional leadership and team roles of nurses, physicians, social workers and other health care staff.
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