Providing quality care to individuals with complex needs remains one of the most pressing issues facing our health care system. In 2018, BPC first released a policy roadmap on this topic, outlining policy solutions necessary to improve the financing and delivery of this critical care. Despite meaningful progress, the challenges are still significant: Policymakers should take additional action to ensure equity in access to care and service delivery for individuals with complex needs across public and private insurance programs. Now, BPC marks the release of an updated policy roadmap report to advance those goals.
Join BPC and policy experts on Thursday, March 31, for a virtual discussion on federal policy solutions to improve care for individuals with complex needs.
Senior Vice President, BPC
Keynote remarks by:
Sarita Mohanty, MD, MPH, MBA
President & CEO, The SCAN Foundation
Panel Discussion with:
Henry Claypool Consultant, BPC; Policy Director, Community Living Policy Center UCSF
Marc Cohen, Ph.D.
Professor, UMass Boston; Co-director, LeadingAge LTSS Center
Pamela Parker, MPA
Medicare-Medicaid Integration Consultant, SNP Alliance
Bea Rector, MPA
Director, Home, and Community Services Division, Washington State Department of Social and Health Services
Associate Director, BPC