If you’ve ever had the opportunity to bring a 80+ year-old person with chronic illness into a primary care physician, you may have had an experience where you wonder if the doctor sees a a living, breathing human being there.
For our Twin Cities-area readers, you’re invited to register for the Aging Policy Summit: Vision for the Future:When: Tuesday, January 13, 2009 from 8 a.m.
The editorial folks over at the St. Paul Pioneer Press wanted to see where the rising dollars of government health care are being spent in Minnesota, so they went and talked with folks at the Departments of Human Services and Management & Budget.
Following is an excerpt from a Minneapolis Star Tribune editorial yesterday on long-term care financing …
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WCggLxEbJ8s[/youtube]Technology is an essential part of \changing aging.' Yesterday, Kathy Bakkenist, Ecumen’s chief operating officer and senior vice
Ecumen’s CEO Kathryn Roberts and Jan Malcolm, CEO of Courage Center and former Minnesota Health Commissioner, had a joint op-ed in today’s Minneapolis Star Tribune on developing a new way to financ