Should Your CCRC Expand into HCBS?

. Posted in Industry News, Journey to Healthy Aging Blog

Published On: Oct 28, 2014

Expanding into home and community-based services (HCBS) is a natural progression for a continuing care retirement community (CCRC). That’s because the primary benefit of the CCRC model is to allow people to age in 1 community even if they need additional health care services over time.
We find that some of our most successful HCBS members started as CCRCs. I don’t believe that is a coincidence.
The leadership and staff of CCRCs have the skill set to attract and maintain quality staff, promote wellness and prevention, and facilitate care coordination for the older adults they serve. CCRC leaders also have risk-management skills that can help them succeed as operators of Programs of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) and other types of HCBS.

Why Would a CCRC Want to Move Toward HCBS?

There are many reasons why a CCRC might want to begin offering home and community-based services. This move could help you: Read rest the rest of the story on the LeadingAge website.

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