Our research is used by government agencies, foundations, and others to advance better health policies and programs.
The purpose of this report is to examine opportunities for the Aging Network to expand partnerships with health care organizations and other entities through focusing on the value of investing in information technology (IT).
This report focuses on the needs of lower-income consumers, Medicaid beneficiaries, the uninsured, caregivers, and Spanish speakers, and how health care information can be delivered at the right place and right time to maximize consumer value.
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.
The ACE Measure™ is a tool designed to assess the health engagement levels of individuals and populations.
Americans express strong views when asked about the care they want to receive when they are seriously ill and approaching death. Recent evidence suggests these wishes are not likely to be fulfilled.
Dignity-driven decision making (DDDM) is beginning to move into wider circulation in the U.S. health care system, driven by an accelerating push on two fronts.