Lessons From a Decade of Caring for the Elderly

Lowell, MA., September 26, 2014 —A lot happened in 2004. The Red Sox won their first World Series in 86 years and the New England Patriots won Super Bowl XXXVIII. Google launched Gmail. Former President Ronald Regan passed away and the popular sitcom "Friends" aired its finale.

In health care, something less noticed but nonetheless momentous was taking place. Massachusetts was launching a new, bold, experimental model in senior care – one that would come to shape our entire health care system.

Ten years after signing up its first member, Senior Whole Health recently topped 10,000 members, including nearly 1,000 in Middlesex County.

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