Every day, thousands of people age into the population segment of adults age 65 and up. We’ve made improvements to how we care for this group over the last decade, especially with addressing social determinants of health and improving coverage options. But today’s health care model still isn’t working for seniors, so our researchers have been examining where we are today, where we need to be, how key stakeholders—payers, providers, manufacturers, and service organizations—interact, and how they can innovate and collaborate to ensure that we do not fail America’s seniors. Explore our resources below.
Making health care better
Caring for America’s seniors
1. Are we failing America’s seniors? What industry executives think.
We interviewed leaders from across the industry to get their take on how we’re currently doing, what needs to change, and what we should be doing right now.
2. The senior care landscape
Today’s aging patients are grappling with deteriorating affordability and patient experience. And they are demanding change, which will present both challenges and opportunities for the industry.
3. Why the next 10 years are critical
On our Radio Advisory podcast, our researchers discuss how providers’ approach to senior care has changed due to shifting demographics, politics, and the Covid-19 pandemic.
5. Opportunities and challenges for industry stakeholders
6. Seniors want to age in place. Why can't they do that?
Programs that help older adults "age in place" by bringing health care, housing, and other needs right to seniors are popular—but unfortunately not available to most seniors.
7. Innovators in senior care delivery and financing
New players have entered the senior care landscape, while established players are working to create scalable solutions. Learn more about innovative players who are helping shape today’s market.
What America's seniors want from Medicare Advantage
We’ve highlighted three insights health plans must be aware of when designing their Medicare Advantage benefit packages.View the infographic
We surveyed nearly 1400 seniors to determine what drives them to select a particular plan and what keeps them satisfied and loyal.Read the briefing