Good solutions generally result from a broad-based approach that considers more than a self-serving interest of an organization. As we’ve seen at a national level, polar positions don’t achieve collaborative outcomes. That’s why we have enjoyed working with the Colorado Association of Homes and Services for the Aging for more than 10 years. This organization seeks outcomes that benefit seniors first, and as a result they propose to lawmakers and health care providers solutions that are broad-based and cost effective. Want to live at home? That’s possible with support. Want to live in Assisted Living? That too is possible. Need more care but don’t want to live in a nursing home. How about a PACE program? CAHSA supports these and other options that are both smart for consumers and state lawmakers who are looking for ways to provide more coverage for seniors at the same funding level. This column, penned by CAHSA President and CEO Laura Landwirth in the Colorado Statesman this week, is a prime example of how CAHSA sees the big picture and offers broad and smart solutions, helping to build credibility with a key audience – state lawmakers.
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