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Assistant Secretary of Aging Kathy Greenlee to leave ACL/HHS

posted 07.19.2016

In late June, Kathy Greenlee announced she will leave her post at the end of July as Administrator of the Administration on Community Living (ACL) and Assistant Secretary for Aging, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Deputy Assistant Secretary for Aging Edwin Walker will become Acting Administrator of ACL and Acting Assistant Secretary of Aging.

AiA at a Glance: A Look Inside the Annual Aging in America Conference

posted 07.18.2016

Have you saved the dates for the 2017 Aging in America Conference happening in Chicago, March 20-24? This infographic provides some fun facts and insightful stats about the annual ASA conference.


Doing More with Less in APS

posted 07.15.2016

By Andrew Capehart

If you work in the aging field, it’s likely you are familiar with adult protective services (APS) programs. APS programs exist in every U.S. county and state. Programs vary by state in location in government and specific populations served, but they all share the goal of investigating abuse, neglect and exploitation of older adults and/or adults with disabilities.

There's Still Time! Submit Your Presentation Proposal for the 2017 Aging in America Conference (AIA17)

posted 07.07.2016

We are still accepting proposals to present at the 2017 ASA Aging in America Conference (AiA17!) happening in Chicago, March 20-24, 2017!

Deadline: Proposals will be accepted through July 15, 2016.

You can submit your presentation proposal here (you'll need to log in with your account, or create one—it's totally free!)

New Guide Can Help Doctors Reduce Racial Disparities in End-of-Life Care

posted 07.07.2016

By Kathleen Mitchell

Struggling with congestive heart failure and readmitted to the hospital for the third time in two months, the older African American man realized he was nearing the end of his life. He insisted he did not want to live in a nursing home, or be “connected to machines.” But he was unwilling to fill out advanced care planning paperwork in the hospital because he feared his doctors would stop taking care of him and let him die.

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The Social Security Program You Don’t Know

posted 07.06.2016

By Tracey Gronniger

For many, Social Security means that the middle-class worker at the end of his or her career can retire comfortably with a monthly income determined by the taxes they paid into the system. But what about those in poverty who are not eligible for Social Security, or those who receive so little in Social Security benefits that they are still impoverished?

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A Matter of Mindset: CBOs Must Master “Outside-In” Thinking to Partner Up and Deliver Quality, Cost-Efficient Care

posted 07.06.2016

By Victor Tabbush

Recent healthcare policy and payment reforms, such as Medicare’s Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI) initiative, the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program and the Value-Based Purchasing Program, among others, share a common feature: each reform incentivizes financial and performance accountability on the part of medical providers.

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