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Preparing for Better Health and Health Care for an Aging Population
September 19, 2016
By John W. Rowe, Lisa Berkman, Linda Fried, Terry Fulmer, James Jackson Mary Naylor, William Novelli, ay Olshansky, and Robyn Stone
A Vital Direction for Health and Health Care
Subject: The proportion of the US population over 65 years old is increasing dramatically, and the group over 85 years old, the "oldest old," is the most rapidly growing segment. People who survive into higher ages in America, which itself is an aging society, face a suite of competing forces that will yield healthy life extension for some and life extension accompanied by notable increases in frailty and disability for many.
Struggling To Build
September 16, 2017
By Stephen Ross Johnson
Population health: Providers still struggling to build community connections
Subject: The slow move away from a fee-for-service payment model toward value-based reimbursement in recent years has for many healthcare providers been a key incentive behind their focus on exploring different ways to improve the health of the communities they serve.