LTQA ICPC NCC Summit – Improving Care Transitions: How Quality Improvement Organizations and Innovative Communities can work together to reduce hospitalizations among at-risk populations. Click Here to View the Proceedings.
LTQA and the Integrating Care for Populations & Communities National Coordinating Center (ICPC NCC) co-hosted the 3rd Innovative Communities Summit, June 4-5, 2012 at the Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, DC. The full agenda and slides from the breakout sessions are now available for download. Click here to learn more about the conference.
LTQA’s 2nd Innovative Communities Summit gathered a variety of leaders to explore how the alliance can support Innovative Communities and how these communities can work together to improve care transitions and reduce unnecessary rehospitalizations. The wealth of knowledge and experience in evidence during this gathering was truly impressive. Summit participants represented 20 Innovative Communities, 20 federal agencies and 15 state … Read More
Highlights Best Practices for Care Transitions and Avoiding Unnecessary Hospitalizations Washington, D.C. – The Long Term Quality Alliance (LTQA) today released a summary of its Innovative Communities Summit held in Washington D.C. in late 2010. The report, “Innovative Communities: Breaking Down Barriers for the Good of Older Consumers and Their Family Caregivers,” features case studies of how three communities in … Read More
The Long-Term Quality Alliance hosted its inaugural Annual Meeting this past February at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. The meeting drew over 140 people interested in learning about the mission and goals established by the Alliance. Speakers included in the one day meeting featured colleagues such as Kathy Greenlee, Assistant Secretary, Administration on Aging, Cheryl Powell, Deputy Director, Federal Coordinated Health Care … Read More
With the generous support of the SCAN Foundation, the Long Term Quality Alliance (LTQA) hosted a December 10 summit to explore community-based opportunities to improve the care and outcomes of people receiving long-term services and supports (LTSS) and their family caregivers. Consistent with the strategic priorities of the LTQA, this initial “innovative communities” meeting focused on critical transitions in health … Read More