As the health care landscape changes, understanding what Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Continuing Care Retirement Communities can and cannot do has become paramount.
Partners in Care
Getting in contact with Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and other health care providers is a great way to introduce yourself as a potential partner in care. The key to communicating with health care providers is to deliver a clear, concise, and consistent message about the philosophy behind your model of care and how your community can meet a range of needs. CALA has collected tools and resources to help you deliver this message.
Learn about possible challenges when working with ACOs:
“Tension Between RCFE Regulations and the ACA Quality Care Initiatives?”
CALA News & Views Winter 2013
“Partners in Care: Legal and Operational Considerations when Working with ACOs ”
CALA News & Views Summer 2013
Find ACOs in your area:
CMS searchable list of ACOs
Learn what to cover in conversations with health care providers:
“Introducing Assisted Living,” CALA News & Views Summer 2013