The SCAN Foundation: Keeping Health Care Costs from Going Awry: Care Coordination is a Key

Sadly for most vulnerable older Californians, their first interaction with long-term services and supports (LTSS) begins in the emergency room. A recent report from California’s Medicaid Research Institute (CAMRI) shows that this perspective is particularly true for individuals covered by Medicare and Medi-Cal.  See article here: http://www.thescanfoundation.org/keeping-health-care-costs-going-awry-care-coordination-key?utm_source=4-30-14+TSF%3A+Regional+coalitions++&utm_campaign=April+2014+E-blast&utm_medium=email

SacBee: California coalition’s report calls for overhaul to rein in health care costs

Benjamin Norman for The New York Times Patients at the Peekskill center, which may or may not get to keep a $4.5 million federal grant.

By Cynthia H. Craft ccraft@sacbee.com Published: Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013 – 12:00 am | Page 1A Last Modified: Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013 – 8:16 pm California’s health industry heavyweights, warning that insurance premiums will soon consume a third of people’s incomes, today threw their weight behind a plan to revamp thehealth care delivery system. A dozen CEOs from health … Continue reading

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