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