A few articles that we've written about care homes and legislation.

National Association of Social Workers - California newsletter (July 2017) -  LTSS integration with HMOs cannot succeed without addressing the funding gap which prevents transitions to community-based care settings. Coordinated Care Initiative.

National Association of Social Workers - California newsletter (Dec 2016) -  Stuck in Institutions: Very few seniors in California benefit from the Money Follows the Person program

National Association of Social Workers - California newsletter (Feb 2016) -  An End to Business as Usual: Increased Federal Scrutiny of Medicare payments to Skilled Nursing Facilities

National Association of Social Workers - California newsletter (October 2015) - Twisted Logic: Why is designing smart public policy to keep our frail elderly out of nursing homes such a problem for California?

National Association of Social Workers - California newsletter (June 2015) - System Upgrade: Managed Medi-Cal long-term support and services will make obsolete substandard locked skilled nursing facilities for “wanderers.”

National Association of Social Workers - California newsletter (April 2015) - The Revolving Door: The role of residential care facilities for the elderly in lowering hospital readmissions and in LTSS rebalancing.

National Association of Social Workers - California newsletter (December 2014) - A Shaky Foundation: the Assisted Living Waiver and SNF diversion/transition in the future.

National Association of Social Workers - California newsletter (September 2014) - Stuck in the Station: What is happening to LTSS rebalancing in California?

Southern California Physician Magazine (January 2014) - Cal Duals: Rebalancing California's Long Term Support and Services

National Association of Social Workers- California newsletter (January 2014) - A Glaring Omission: Inadequate Funding for RCFEs will defeat many of Cal MediConnect's policy goals.

National Association of Social Workers - California newsletter (February 2013)- No Way Out: California Urgently Needs to expand Money Follows the Person