149: Senior Care (Part 1): Specialized primary care for an aging population
Enrollment in Medicare Advantage is expected to surpass 50 percent of the eligible Medicare population this year, and its rise has created new opportunities for experimentation and savings in senior care. An example of this is the rising demand for senior-focused primary care. In part one of Radio Advisory’s senior care series, host Rachel (Rae) Woods invites experts Sebastian Beckmann and Elysia Culver to discuss the growing interest in senior-focused primary care and the opportunities and challenges it could present to stakeholders.
Be sure to tune in to part two of our senior care series, when we take a deeper dive into the world of Medicare Advantage and its impact in industry stakeholders.
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- The future of senior-focused primary care
- 4 ways to expand access to senior-focused primary care in rural areas
- Ep. 109: Senior care: Why the next 10 years are critical
- Ep. 117: 4 ways to prevent a physician shortage
- Is there really a primary care shortage?
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