ACL is hosting a three-part technical assistance webinar series highlighting innovative strategies and approaches that states are taking to effectively implement the federal settings criteria for home and community-based services (HCBS). The third and final webinar in this series will review creative examples of state policy reforms, reimbursement/rate restructuring, and meaningful stakeholder engagement activities to facilitate
Dually eligible beneficiaries living in rural areas face challenges such as distance and transportation barriers, a shortage of primary care providers, and limited access to specialty care. Health plans may need to use use creative strategies to engage these beneficiaries.
Volunteer transportation programs provide many older adults and people with disabilities with an opportunity for socialization and personalized services. NADTC is hosting a webinar to discuss risk, liability and insurance as it relates to volunteer transportation programs. This webinar will review the importance of identifying risk management strategies when starting or growing a volunteer transportation program in the community.
This webinar is the second ina three-part technical assistance webinar series highlighting innovative strategies and approaches that states are taking to effectively implement the federal settings criteria for home and community-based services (HCBS).This webinar will
The Aging and Disability Business Institute is cohosting a webinar with Scripps Gerontology Center to discuss the new data collected during their second RFI survey. This data provides information on contracting between community-based organizations (CBOs) and health care entities and reveals how the contracting landscape has changed over the past year.
ACL is partnering with the University of Minnesota’s Research and Training Center on HCBS Outcome Measurement (RTC/OM) to host a webinar about the development of a database designed to help users better understand and use home- and community-based services (HCBS) outcome measurement tools. The database provides users with information related to measures including: psychometric qualities (when available), administration mode, person-centeredness, respondent, target disability population, current usage, and NQF domain and subdomain coverage. The webinar will describe