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How to End the Turf Battles of Senior Care

  • Nov 4, 2022
  • Meaghan Puglisi
  • 1-min Read

In an article featured in MedCityNews, Lifespark CEO Joel Theisen says “let’s tear down the silos that transport seniors through the classic stages of hospitals, rehab, assisted living, and nursing homes.” Value-based care or better yet, global risk, has a way of disintegrating these silos. If providers want to get paid, they must collaborate. That means instead of treating a singular issue, we must reach out to the rest of the ecosystem, coordinating treatment and driving together toward a meaningful outcome.

This is a provocative and telling opinion piece about what needs to change to help people age magnificently – read on for the full article…

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