Today, the Cambia Health Foundation and The John A. Hartford Foundation announced their partnership to co-fund seven national organizations working to improve care for older adults and other people facing serious illness and the end of life.
A new Dartmouth-led study, published this week in the June issue of Health Affairs, offers new details about how one key approach–home visits–is helping many ACOs improve care management and identify patient needs while aiming to reduce hospital use.
The John A. Hartford Foundation in New York City has announced grants totaling more than $5.2 million in support of evidence-based approaches to better care for older adults who have dementia, need hospital care, experience elder mistreatment, or...
A little over a month ago, Harlem native George Suttles joined The John A. Hartford Foundation as a new program office. The foundation is a private, nonpartisan philanthropy dedicated to improving the care of older adults.
A new nationwide survey of patients with complex medical needs shows that the health care system is failing them, with these individuals having far more unmet behavioral health and social service challenges than other adults.
While clinicians said talking with patients about end-of-life decisions early was important, patients stated that healthcare providers generally failed to do so effectively, according to a new report from a trio of healthcare foundations.