New Webinars Focus on CBO-Health Care Partnerships
The National Aging and Disability Business Center is pleased to announce its upcoming webinars on September 21 at 1 p.m. ET and September 28 at 1 p.m. ET.
These sessions will focus on successful collaborations between health care entities and community-based organizations.
A Promising Collaboration: Managed Care and Independent Living—featuring Pamela Mokler, VP of LTSS at Care1st Health Plan & Louis Frick, Executive Director at Access to Independence—will take place on September 21 at 1 p.m. ET.
This webinar will focus on a successful CBO-MCO partnership in San Diego, CA, between Care1st Health Plan and Access to Independence (a2i), an organization serving people with disabilities.
Tapping Into New Payment and Delivery Models: An Innovative AAA-ACO Partnership to Improve Care and Reduce Costs—featuring Larry Gross, Executive Director of The Southern Maine Agency on Aging (SMAA) and Elizabeth Johnson, President & CEO of MaineHealth Accountable Care Organization (ACO)—will take place on September 28 at 1p.m. ET.
Presenters will highlight a CBO-ACO partnership in Maine that resulted in better care, lower costs and opportunities for diversifying the CBO funding stream.
This monthly webinar series—a collaboration of n4a and ASA—is one of many efforts to provide the Aging and Disability Networks with important training and technical assistance opportunities.
To access a recording of the June 29th webinar, Times of Transformation: The Changing LTSS Environment for the Aging and Disability Networks, click here.
For a recording of the July 22nd webinar, Finding Champions and Building Partnerships Between CBOs and Healthcare Entities, click here.