The Aging and Disability Partnership for Managed Long Term Services and Supports
Announces a free live webcast
October 14, 11:30 AM – 12:45 PM Pacific Time
PROMISING PRACTICE: A collaboration between the Independent Living Center, Access to Independence and the Medicaid managed care plan, Care1st that tested methods to reduce hospital admissions for high-risk people with disabilities and seniors who were homeless, San Diego, California
This webinar will present preliminary outcomes from a collaboration between the Independent Living Center, Access to Independence, and Care1st that piloted a project in San Diego, California to reduce hospitalizations for a group of homeless people with disabilities and seniors identified as repeat high users of emergency care.
Executive Director, Access to Independence, San Diego, California
Pamela M. Mokler
Vice President, Long Term Services & Supports, Care1st Health Plan, Monterey Park, California
Senior Attorney, DREDF, Berkeley, California
Mary Lou Breslin
Senior Policy Advisor, DREDF, Berkeley, California
Materials from previous webinars in this series
- Promising Practices: Webinar #1 Recording and Materials FREED Independent Living Center and Aging and Disability Resource Connection, Grass Valley, California
- Promising Practices: Webinar #2 Recording and Materials Center for Independent Living, LifeLong Medical Care, and Alameda Alliance, Berkeley, California
*If you would rather listen at another time, a transcript and audio of this webcast will be posted within 10 days of the live broadcast on the website of the Aging and Disability Partnership for Managed Long Term Services and Supports at: http://mltssnetwork.org/ and on DREDF’s website.