The older adult population is rapidly growing in Marin, increasing the need for older adult care and services. Providers have relied on public funding and private grants that are now strained. This has made it increasingly difficult for organizations to plan for the future, to keep pace with demand, or to take advantage of opportunities to innovate.
Both the passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and the growth in the older adult demographic provide opportunities to develop new collaborations between the healthcare sector and community-based organizations. We will seek to help build the capacity and infrastructure of critical older adult providers . We will also broker relationships and facilitate partnerships between healthcare payers, older adult providers, and other stakeholders.
This initiative uses an invitation-only application process. The next proposals will be invited in August 1, 2017 and due by August 31, 2017. A decision is expected November 1, 2017.
- American Society on Aging
- EAH Housing
- Jewish Family and Children's Services
- LifeLong Medical Care
- Marin Center for Independent Living
Building The Business Case: Community Organizations Responding to The Changing Healthcare Environment for Aging Populations
Courtesy of The scan Foundation, National Coalition on Care Coordination (N3C) & Collaborative ConsultingView Resource