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We’re curating Coalition deliverables and the resources that have inspired and strengthened our work together.

Committee Work

Our different committees and working teams are hard at work turning action plans into meaningful nursing home quality improvements. Check out the Action Plans and join us for Coalition Conversations to hear about our work in Year 2 and how you can get involved.

NASEM Report

In April 2022, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM) issued a report on how the United States delivers, regulates, finances, and measures the quality of nursing home care. The report emphasizes the importance of a holistic approach to nursing home quality improvement. It outlines seven focus areas for making change.

The Moving Forward Coalition is using these goals as its framework to identify specific and practical initiatives, test concepts, and promote their adoption for lasting improvements.

Resource Library

The challenges and opportunities in long-term care quality, financing, and effectiveness are well-documented. We’ve categorized notable reference materials to reflect the seven NASEM goals and the work of our key action areas, plus three additional categories: Partner Resources, and Coalition Materials and State Action.

Subject Area

Nursing Home Workforce Issues and Inequities

Jasmine L. Travers, Rita Choula, and Edem Hado, AARP Public Policy Institute

Building a Stronger Direct Care Workforce: The Moving Forward Nursing Home Quality Coalition Is Taking Action Now

Alice Bonner, PhD, RN Isaac Longobardi, BA

Moving forward CNA wages, support and career pathways


The Paradoxical Decline of Geriatric Medicine as a Profession

Jerry H. Gurwitz, MD Division of Geriatric Medicine, UMass Chan Medical School, Worcester, Massachusetts

The Direct Care Workforce State Index


Committee Priorities: Committee #2 – Workforce

Moving Forward Coalition

Addressing the Workforce Crisis In Long Term Care Approaches for State Policy Makers

American Health Care Association; National Center for Assisted Living

State Policy Strategies for Strengthening the Direct Care Workforce

PHI National

State Strategies for Sector Growth and Retention of the Direct Care Health Workforce

State Strategies for Sector Growth and Retention of the Direct Care Health Workforce

Federal Policy Priorities for the Direct Care Workforce

PHI National

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