Last week we asked you what you see as the most significant challenge to successful care transitions. Here's what you said:
The Winter 2012-13 issue of Generations, “Care Transitions in an Aging America,” takes readers deep into the current landscape of care transitions in our nation. What exactly are care transitions? And why are they considered so problematic—and even a peril to human life? Under the guidance of Guest Editors Robyn Golden and Gayle Shier, this issue of Generations traverses the tough path toward a system of improved and more person-centered care.
National Forum on Care Transitions: It Takes a Village
Saturday, March 16 | 8:00 am - Noon | Part of the 2013 Aging in America Conference
Reducing Readmissions and Health at Home: The Critical Role for Nutrition
Recorded Web Seminar
Care Transitions: Can We Find Balance in a Rebalancing Program?
By Martha Roherty
America retains a patchwork quilt of services for elders, as our society has always expected families to shoulder most of their care. Read More
Lest it go the way of Blockbuster, the aging services sector must foster and embrace change, evolving to meet the demands of our modern... Read More