Building a Financially Sustainable Alzheimer's Disease & Memory Disorders Program

Over 5.3 million Americans currently suffer from Alzheimer’s disease and related memory disorders and the Alzheimer’s Association predicts this number to triple to 13.8 million by 2050. On top of rising demand, reimbursement processes fail to meet the complex needs of these patients who require multifaceted care.

These pressures are forcing providers to rethink how they organize and deliver their memory disorders services to meet this growing population’s demands while providing care that is both high-quality and financially sustainable. Here are the five key strategies that a program of any scope and size can implement to provide cost-efficient Alzheimer’s and dementia care.

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