You're Invited to a Capitol Hill Forum
Integrating Medical Care, Behavioral Health, and LTSS: Finding a Path Toward Sustainability
Manatt Health Solutions
Chairman of the Board
Long-Term Quality Alliance
Director of Integrated Care Systems
Truven Health Analytics
Commonwealth Care Alliance
Thursday, April 24, 2014
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM EST
Dirksen Senate Office Building
Double Trouble Ahead
By 2050, the economic impact of chronic diseases like diabetes and depression could reach $6 trillion. In that same year, the number of Americans using long-term services and supports (LTSS) is expected to reach 50 million. Together, these two trends spell trouble for both vulnerable Americans and the economy as a whole.
Fortunately, promising efforts are already underway that aim to meet this pair of challenges. Providers, health plans, and state agencies are trying new strategies to coordinate and deliver person-centered care and services across the traditionally separate spheres of medical care, behavioral health services, and LTSS.
This forum and its speakers will shine a spotlight on what's working and how federal policy can help.
We hope you can join us on April 24.
To improve the effectiveness and efficiency of care and the quality of life of people receiving long-term services and supports by fostering person- and family-centered quality measurement and advancing innovative best practices.
How can the LTQA make a difference?
The LTQA can work to make advancements in the quality of life of people receiving long-term services and supports by: