The Dual Agenda: May 18, 2016

State Highlights

Reports from Alabama, California, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Virginia

Eldercare Voices

A Person-Centered Diabetes Prevention Model

“Eldercare Voices” is an occasional feature of The Dual Agenda, inviting guest commentators directly involved in care delivery to older adults to share their perspectives from the field. This edition's column is from Rosa Palacios, Consumer Engagement Specialist with the Center for Consumer Engagement in Health Innovation at Community Catalyst. Prior to joining the Center, she was the Consumer Involvement Coordinator and Stanford Chronic Disease Self-Management Specialist at Commonwealth Care Alliance (CCA). One of Rosa’s responsibilities was to implement and to bring to scale the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program at CCA. She has a Master Trainer Certificate in the Diabetes Self-Management Program in both English and Spanish issued by Stanford University.

Noteworthy News

In this section:

  • CMMI Rushing to Implement Programs in Obama Administration’s Final Months
  • Transportation Services for Medicaid Patients Inadequate in Many States
  • Keep Me at Home: A Patient-Defined Outcome Measure
Featured Resources

In this section:

  • Community Catalyst Launches Learning Community Call Series on Links Between Health and Housing
  • Lewin Group Releases New Geriatrics Services Capacity Assessment Tool
  • Report Highlights Shifting Roles for Providers and Health Plans
  • Comparison Chart Examines the Different ACO Models in Vermont
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