Our research is used by government agencies, foundations, and others to advance better health policies and programs.
The Caregiver Corps Toolkit provides guidance on how to assist recipients who are seeking to maintain their health (social, mental, and physical) and independence while aging in place with their families.
This collection of issue briefs examine the impact of various social determinants of health (housing, transportation, workforce and more) on long-term services and supports for the elderly—and offers strategies to address them.
Altarum contributed an article about two community-based programs that are successfully integrating LTSS into medical care to a Spring 2019 supplement of GENERATIONS – Journal of the American Society on Aging.
Transcript from the "It Takes YOUR Community" symposium that convened on December 5, 2017.
Video recording from the "It Takes YOUR Community" symposium, featuring tools for funding and planning community-based long-term services and supports.
This study uses financial simulation to determine whether communities could implement the model within current Medicare and Medicaid spending levels, an important consideration to enable development and broad implementation.
This book lays out a thoroughly pragmatic way to organize service delivery and financing so that Americans could count on living comfortably and meaningfully.
Despite the challenges of perennially low funding levels and the lack of federal investment for the aging network, it is showing signs of significant progress in developing relationships with a diverse array of health care organizations.