A research and advisory services firm changing how businesses, communities, and public programs serve older adults
Policymakers are shifting liability for health and long-term care spending to providers and insurers. Local delivery systems are integrating care, breaking down traditional care silos, and building new partnerships to manage the needs of high cost populations.
We convened more than 40 experts from academia, business, healthcare, nonprofit organizations, and government to identify immediate action areas to accelerate an optimal system of care for brain health.
Invention Born of Necessity: The Provider-Led Medicare Advantage Plan
We analyzed one innovative provider’s readiness and ability to form and operate an I-SNP for its residents.
CHRONIC Care Act: Making the Case for Non-Medical Services and Supports in Medicare Advantage Supplemental Benefits
We analyzed the impact of chronic conditions and activities of daily living on Medicare utilization in an effort to better understand high cost, high need populations that could benefit from new non-medical supplemental benefits.
Integrated Care in Seniors Housing That Meets the Triple Aim
To understand the impact of integrated care in seniors housing, we compared patient outcomes from residents of an innovative senior housing company to the patient outcomes of a similarly disabled and cognitively impaired Medicare population.
Our chances are 50/50 that in our old age, we’ll need someone else’s help with basic activities of daily life—like bathing, dressing, eating, getting out of bed. Many families are caught off guard…read more
ATI founder, Anne Tumlinson, testifies to on the Federal Commission on Long Term Care’s recommended changes to U.S. long-term care financing and delivery system.read more
“If you’re thinking about being an I-SNP, why aren’t you thinking about being a bundled payment convener? It’s kind of the same—same capabilities, same objective and goal, which is to move farther up the food chain” Anne Tumlinson tells Skilled Nursing News.
Anne Tumlinson reflects on the widened scope of supplemental benefits Medicare Advantage plans can now offer, “CMS has done everything it possibly can, within the constraints of the statute, to make the supplemental benefit flexible and easy for plans to administer.”