By Anne Montgomery [as posted on the American Society on Aging (ASA) website]
As evidence accumulates on how community-based organizations (CBO) can cost effectively meet the medical and long-term care needs of older adults through supportive services, the importance of linking multiple data streams across settings becomes clear. But until recently, policy barriers hampered effective collaboration and communication between the healthcare sector and CBOs.
Read the full post at the American Society on Aging (ASA) website:
Overcoming Barriers: The Case for Enhancing Collaboration and Communication Between Medical and Community Settings