Read about our latest research, initiatives, announcements, and other news.
On July 14, Altarum brought together dozens of Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) leaders and experts, policymakers, and advocates to provide an in-depth look at the PACE program and its ability to meet the needs of a growing Medicare population. Watch a recording of the event.
The Altarum Board of Trustees has selected Michael Monson to serve as CEO and president, where he will oversee the next stage of Altarum’s expansion and impact of solutions to advance health equity; public health technology; and Medicaid, Medicare, and Exchange programs.
Altarum's experts explore how a new Alzheimer’s drug could increase national health expenditures by more than one percent.
Experts from Altarum's Center for Public Health Interoperability will present at the 2021 Annual Conference of CSTE, the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists.
Altarum social psychologist Christine Stanik writes how limited data to inform policy and practice of PACE has hindered wider expansion of the eldercare model. Now a new funding opportunity from AHRQ has opened the door for Altarum to conduct the most thorough analysis of PACE innovations to date.
Altarum has tapped Raena Akin-Deko and Lisa Tompkins-Brown, leaders in health care quality improvement and federal health programs, respectively, to expand the reach and impact of Altarum’s innovative solutions to advance health among at-risk and disenfranchised populations.
Watch the recording of advocate and artist Tyree Brown, AARP Senior Vice President Jean Accius, and the Administration for Community Living's Alison Barkoff as they discuss the value of strengthening and expanding home and community-based services—and how increased funding, an integrated and whole-government approach, and lessons from other nations can help to reduce inequities.
In the spring of 2020, we saw that, unlike in previous recessions, the health sector did not serve as a backstop for economy-wide job losses, dropping 1.62 million jobs between February and April 2020. Through the first four months of 2021, we see that the health sector is also not playing its typical role as an engine of jobs recovery.