This was the second in a series of three webinars, produced in partnership with The Commonwealth Fund, focused on high-priority topics in system transformation for which there is substantial international innovation and a learning opportunity for both U.S. and non-U.S. audiences. The first webinar in this series looked at reducing low-value care, and the third webinar will explore care for complex patients on Thursday, November 12, 2015.

This webinar featured the latest evidence and experience on long-term services and supports (LTSS) from the United States and from around the world. Health care researchers, policy makers, and other stakeholders are increasingly concerned with the growing need for supportive services for individuals of all ages with chronic and disabling conditions. This webinar explored the current landscape of LTSS in the United States and globally, promising innovations for improving the quality of LTSS, and current challenges in transforming the care provided to be people in need of these services. 

Level
101

Learning Objectives: This webinar helped participants:

  • Understand the current landscape of long-term services and supports in the United States and globally
  • Understand the existing evidence-base for long-term services and supports and identify current gaps in the evidence
  • Describe successful or emerging models for long-term services and supports
  • Identify current challenges for improving long-term services and supports