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Applying for the 2021-2022 Roybal Center for Behavioral Interventions in Aging Pilot Projects
The Roybal Center for Behavioral Interventions in Aging seeks proposals for pilot projects that involve randomized controlled trials (RCTs).
Associations of Intensive Lifestyle Intervention in Type 2 Diabetes With Health Care Use, Spending, and Disability
Is an intensive lifestyle intervention for type 2 diabetes associated with long-term health care use and Medicare spending?
Cognitive Assessment At Medicare’s Annual Wellness Visit In Fee-For-Service And Medicare Advantage Plans
The study provides new insights – the self-reports of survey respondents – into cognitive assessments at annual wellness visits, an area that has been somewhat hidden from view.
Predicting Quantity and Quality of Life with the Future Elderly Model
The FEM performs at least as well as actuarial forecasts of mortality, while providing policy simulation features that are not available in actuarial models.
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People are living longer, which brings obvious benefits as well as considerable challenges — from Alzheimer’s and other age-related diseases to increased injuries, disabilities and poverty risks. Policymakers around the world rely on Schaeffer Center research and modeling tools for finding ways to help keep people as healthy as possible throughout their lives.