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Optimizing Independence and Quality of Care for Seniors in New York State: Cost-Effective Strategies for Long-Term/Post-Acute Care Services

LeadingAge NY has released a strategic plan for long-term/post-acute care (LTPAC) services in New York State, proposing key investments and reforms. The plan seeks to ensure the creation of a high-performing, financially stable, and accessible LTPAC delivery system to address the needs of a growing population of seniors. 

November 1, 2016

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Electronic Health Record Adoption and Health Information Exchange Among Long-Term and Post-Acute Care Providers: A Survey of LeadingAge New York Members

This report on adoption of electronic health records and participation in health information exchange among LeadingAge New York's long-term/post-acute care members and the members of its affiliate, the Adult Day Health Care Council, assesses their digital readiness for cross-continuum collaborations and valued based payments.

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Advancing the Triple Aim Through New Models of Care and Payment: A Resource Guide for Home and Community-Based Services Providers in New York State

This guide provides a broad overview of models that are gaining traction in New York and links to more comprehensive resources.

December 22, 2014

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Senior Housing in New York State
Senior Housing in New York State

A LeadingAge New York research paper, “Senior Housing in New York State,” details the growing need for good senior housing policy, stronger health care for seniors and the disproportionate impact that future trends will have on women.

February 4, 2013

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New York State Nursing Homes: Sponsorship as a Defining Factor in Outcomes

This 2012 sponsorship analysis was conducted by staff from LeadingAge New York.  Results from a comprehensive literature review and a detailed analysis of cost, survey and clinical date suggest that sponsorship has a bearing on certain outcomes of nursing home care including hospitalization rates, survey deficiencies, staffing and quality measures. As the report notes, there are certain caveats to the analysis and resulting conclusions, and further examination is suggested to explore the inter-relationships between the findings, their broader system implications and the associated public policy ramifications.

October 1, 2012

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IMPACT: Services for the Elderly and Disabled – An Economic Powerhouse

The long term care industry’s impact on the New York State’s economy is a staggering $29 billion annually. This report shows the economic impact of long term care providers – nursing homes, assisted living, and other care – at the state level and examines the field’s impact within each of the 10 state-designated economic regions with spotlights on 18 providers across the state.

January 10, 2012