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Creating a Long-Term Care Quality Alliance: A Town Hall Meeting

Numerous organizations have expressed interest in establishing a Long-Term Care Quality Alliance in an effort to achieve sustainable, high-value, and person-focused long-term care in the United States. Based on an initial meeting and subsequent discussions with a wide range of stakeholders, there is consensus that the Alliance should focus on implementing or speeding efforts to improve quality in long-term care and related areas at the person level, regardless of setting.

The Engelberg Center for Health Care Reform hosted a discussion on the formation of a Long-Term Care Quality Alliance. This session builds on the momentum gained from the August stakeholder meeting, and focused on presenting, discussing and developing practical next steps for the Alliance.

Discussion Topics

  • Potential Scope of Activities and Initial Focus Areas
  • Organization and Governance of the LTCQA
  • Long-Term Sustainability

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Creating a Long-Term Care Quality Alliance: A Town Hall Meeting

Numerous organizations have expressed interest in establishing a Long-Term Care Quality Alliance in an effort to achieve sustainable, high-value, and person-focused long-term care in the United States. Based on an initial meeting and subsequent discussions with a wide range of stakeholders, there is consensus that the Alliance should focus on implementing or speeding efforts to improve quality in long-term care and related areas at the person level, regardless of setting.

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