By Monica E. Oss I just got home from the LeadingAge Wisconsin Aging Services Conference in Green Bay, Wisconsin where there was a lively discussion of best practice innovation in my presentation, Meeting the Innovation Challenge In Long-Term Services & Supports. Innovation was top of mind for executives at the conference for several very familiar reasons—the declining margins in traditional fee-for-service reimbursement, the growing reach of health plans, and the changing consumer preference for, and use of, long-term services and supports. For most executives, innovation is about long-term sustainability. The question: What are the service models that will result in the margins needed to…
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