Exploring Seniors Housing and Healthcare Collaborations
Curated content, news and resources to inform successful collaboration between seniors housing and healthcare.
Partners in Value-Based Care
Healthcare organizations are forging partnerships with seniors housing and skilled nursing organizations to deliver better outcomes, at lower cost, for millions of America’s most high-need, high-cost consumers of healthcare.
As value-based care drives the need to address social determinants of health, and to keep frail elders healthy, and as health care organizations take on more risk, new partnerships and collaborations with the seniors housing and care sector will become increasingly important.
“This isn’t about providing more care, it’s about doing a better job coordinating the care residents are already getting.”
– Robert Kramer, Founder & Strategic Advisor, NIC
Collaborations are Now Forming
New seniors housing and skilled nursing collaborations are being formed at an escalating pace, across a broad array of healthcare organizations:
This site is designed to disseminate the latest information on seniors housing and care collaborations with the healthcare sector. In addition to posting Case Studies, Videos, and Presentations, NIC staff curate relevant news articles every week.
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“There's a huge opportunity for seniors housing to collaborate with home health.”
“Understand what metrics your hospital partners want.”
“Rather than building their own healthcare capabilities, many operators will partner on care coordination to unlock value.”
“Providers are teaming up to assure a seamless, high quality experience”
“If you are not talking the health plan's language, you will be commoditized.”
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