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Opportunities and challenges for senior care stakeholders

    As the population of older adults (defined as adults at or above 65 years of age) increases, so too does the importance of understanding how these individuals interact with the health care ecosystem. Older adults are connected to multiple industry stakeholders spanning health care, and these stakeholders also interact with each other.

    This interactive ebook discusses three types of stakeholder organizations involved with the care of America’s seniors:

    • Those that finance care —CMS, Medicare Advantage plans, and Medicaid plans
    • Those that provide health care – hospitals, physicians, post-acute care facilities, and home and community care providers
    • Those that manufacture goods and provide services – senior living facilities, pharmaceutical companies, med tech and diagnostics companies, and digital health companies

    For each of these sectors, we examine how organizations interact with seniors and other entitles across health care, identify the opportunities and future challenges facing each stakeholder group, and depict how money flows between stakeholders.

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    More on caring for seniors

    Explore the collection of resources that our team has developed to help you understand how the industry is currently caring for older adults (ages 65+), why change is essential, and how industry stakeholders can collaborate to build a better care model for seniors.

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