Enabling Individuals to Comfortably and Cost-Effectively Age in Place
As the U.S. population rapidly ages, the key to controlling costs and improving the aging experience for millions of Americans lies in transforming the epicenter of long-term care from institutions back to the community. Independent Living Systems (ILS) is focused on facilitating this transition, with four synergistic programs designed to provide efficient, cost-effective care beyond the clinical realm for members at every stage of care.
Managed Long Term Care: Coordinates community services to help members safely and comfortably age in their homes. Learn more
Nutritional Support Services: Provides nutritious meals to high-risk members including those with chronic diseases, those being discharged from the hospital, and those on Medicaid. Learn more
Complex Care Management: Provides comprehensive assessment and ongoing care management and care coordination through individualized cared plans in accordance with national regulations for Medicare and Medicaid populations. Learn more
Care Transition Services: Helps institutionalized members successfully transition back to the home and prevent costly, inconvenient hospital readmissions. Learn more