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Brian Lindberg

Executive Director; Public Policy Advisor
Consumer Coalition for Quality Healthcare; C-TAC

Brian W. Lindberg is a Washington, DC based advocate, policy educator, and lobbyist.  He serves as public policy advisor to several organizations including: C-TAC, the National Alliance for Caregiving, the National Association of State Long-Term Care Ombudsman Programs, the Elder Justice Coalition, The Gerontological Society of America, the National Association for Geriatric Education, and the Special Needs Alliance.  He has served as the executive director of the Consumer Coalition for Quality Health Care since 1993. The coalition advocates for programs and policies that address the critical need for a health care system that provides meaningful choices and information, consumer participation, grievance and appeals rights, consumer advocacy, and independent quality oversight and improvement.

Brian has served on many boards and advisory panels, including for the Institute of Medicine, CMS, NAIC, and the Planning Committee for the National Quality Forum (appointed by Vice President Gore).  Currently, Brian serves on the Board of Visitors of the College of Public Health at Temple University.

Brian worked in Congress for ten years on the House Select Committee on Aging and the Senate Special Committee on Aging.  He holds a Bachelor of Social Work degree from Temple University, a Master’s degree in Management of Human Services from Brandeis University, and studied social and health care policy at the University of Stockholm’s International Graduate School.


Breakout Session IV – Supporting the Aging Network’s Role in Improving Advanced Illness Care

Presented by Chris Forcucci, Jessica Hausauer, PhD, Brian Lindberg at 1:30 PM on Thursday, October 10th.

In 2019, C-TAC and the National Association of Area Agencies (n4a) on Aging launched a partnership to support the Aging Network’s ability to serve individuals with advanced illness. This session will provide an update on the partnership’s work, offer examples of innovative programs created by area agencies on aging (AAAs), and share the status of…