This page provides the material available for the Advisory Council meetings held in 2021.
During the meeting the Advisory Council will hear invited presentations from a panel of experts on dementia detection and diagnosis, care models, and access to care for those with younger onset dementia. Federal workgroups will also provide updates on work completed in the last quarter. Material available from this meeting is listed below:
- Medicare and the 24 Month Gap in Coverage
- Panel II: Improving Timely Diagnosis of Dementia in Diverse Communities
- Wisconsin's Early Detection Engine
- Improving Timely Diagnosis of Dementia in Diverse Communities: Barriers and Facilitators in Primary Care
- Approaches to Improving Dementia Diagnosis in Diverse Communities
- Advancing Value-Based Reimbursement for Dementia Care
- Working Toward Value Based Primary Care for Dementia
- Disseminating and Implementing Successful Dementia Care Programs
- Federal Agency Updates
- Part 1, Welcome through Panel I
- Part 2, Panel II through Summary and Next Steps
- Part 3, Federal Updates through Conclusion
This meeting was held virtually. At this meeting the Advisory Council heard presentations on the impact of COVID-19 on people with dementia, health disparities in dementia research, and the implications of new technologies to identify Alzheimer’s disease through a blood test. Material available from this meeting is listed below:
- Impact of COVID on Medicare Fee-for-Service Beneficiaries with Dementia
- COVID-19 Vaccine Implementation
- Research Update on Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Dementia
- An Update on NIA’s Clinical Research Recruitment & Retention Initiatives
- Update on blood based biomarkers for Alzheimer’s Disease
- Risk Reduction Goal: Updates
- Part 1, Welcome through "Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Dementia Research"
- Part 2, "An Update on NIA's Clinical Research Recruitment and Retention Initiatives" through Conclusion
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