American Hospital Association’s Age-Friendly Health Systems Action Community – The John A. Hartford Foundation

Source: American Hospital Association’s Age-Friendly Health Systems Action Community – The John A. Hartford Foundation

The American Hospital Association (AHA) will be running an Age-Friendly Health Systems Action Community starting in September 2019.

Health systems interested in improving care for older adults at their organization can learn how you can implement the 4Ms Framework for Age-Friendly care, an evidence-based model to support the needs of the aging community in a clinical setting. The 4Msare: What Matters, Medications, Mentation, and Mobility.

Age-Friendly Health Systems is an initiative of The John A. Hartford Foundation and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) in partnership with the American Hospital Association (AHA) and the Catholic Health Association of the United States(CHA).

To go to AHA’s Age-Friendly Health Systems page, click here.
To learn how to join AHA’s upcoming Action Community, click here.
To go to IHI’s Age-Friendly Health Systems initiative website, click here.
To learn about JAHF’s support of AHA/HRET, click here.
To learn about JAHF’s support of the Age-Friendly Health Systems initiative, click here.

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