Preparing for Future Technology- Enabled Care Models: Part 2, With Paul Burnstein

Thursday, March 15th 2pm ET – 1pm CT
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Health care reform is rapidly accelerating changes in aging services that were already underway driven by consumer demands, capital and payment mechanisms, workforce, technology, quality, transparency and accountability. These changes are driving innovation and the emergence of a number of new care/ business models.

This presentation will continue outlining innovative technology-enabled care models and describing key enabling technologies that CAST encountered in its recent Scenario Planning effort.

Part 1 of this presentation is available for Download Here.

  • See how the field of aging services is rapidly evolving under health reform pressures, among other things.
  • Learn about emerging long-term and post-acute care models that CAST encountered in its Scenario Planning exercise.
  • Learn about key enabling technologies for the emerging future models.

Paul Burnstein, Associate Director, Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST)

Paul Burnstein joined the LeadingAge Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST) as Associate Director in 2011. Prior to CAST, Paul was the executive director of Sinai Family Home Services, a start-up, non- profit, in-home care agency in Portland, OR.

Paul helps execute CAST’s agenda in leading and expanding a national network of technology companies, providers and research institutions focused on technology solutions for an aging society. He coordinates state-level technology initiatives that aim to identify barriers and opportunities to facilitate the use of technology in an aging society, in partnership with LeadingAge State Affiliates.

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