Our latest Annual Report celebrates the John A. Hartford Foundation’s long track record of pooling resources, talents, and expertise by collaborating with other foundations, government agencies, organizations, and individuals who share our vision and goals.LEARN MORE
Read our Health AGEnda blog, updated twice weekly, for thoughtful analysis, commentary, and news about our work and what’s happening in the field of aging and health.LEARN MORE
The Hartford Change AGEnts initiative is harnessing the collective strengths and expertise of Hartford grantees, scholars, and other health system leaders to create change in the practice environment to improve the health of older adults, their families, and communities.LEARN MORE
Check out our archive of free recordings of recent webinars conducted through BandwidthOnline.org, the John A. Hartford Foundation’s one-stop, online source for communications tools and information.LEARN MORE
If you are a scholar in geriatric medicine, nursing, and social work who has been supported by Hartford, a curent or past grantee, or worked with any of our projects at any time, you are a Hartford Change AGEnt and we want to support you! Join the Change AGEnts community and work with us to accelerate practice change that improves the health of older adults. For all the latest information, visit ChangeAGEnts365.org.
Recently, the John A. Hartford Foundation has awarded grants to a second cohort of nonprofit community health clinics in the WWAMI (Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, Idaho) region. In addition to the $1.94 millon awarded last year, the Foundation now funds depression care at a total of eight community health clinics under this initiative, all of which are funded by grant dollars from the Social Innovation Fund, a White House initiative and program of the Corporation for National and Community Service.
Transforming Primary Care: What Medicare Beneficiaries Want and Need from Patient-Centered Medical Homes to Improve Health and Lower Costs
July 25, 2014 - July 25, 2014
Reserve Officers Association “Top of the Hill” Conference Center, Washington, DC
Effective communication is essential if we hope to achieve our common goal of improving the health of older adults. We must clearly articulate the problems and special needs of older people in our health care system to focus the attention of policy makers, health system leaders, and the general public. We must translate the scientific and technical language of the promising solutions our grantees have created into comprehensible and implementable ideas.
This is why the John A. Hartford Foundation has invested in our Communications and Dissemination Initiative, and why we are sharing some of the resources and tools we have developed with our network of grantees and friends.Learn more...
The John A. Hartford Foundation has a long track record of collaborating with other foundations, levels of government, organizations, and individuals who share our vision and goals. These partnerships are a two-way street that benefit and extend the reach of all concerned. By pooling resources, talents, and expertise, we create a path for our mission that is more lasting and sustainable. This 2013 Annual Report celebrates these very partnerships by focusing on how the Foundation is "Spreading Innovation Through Collaboration."
Since 2000, the Hartford Foundation has authorized grants totaling $398.3 million to improve the health of older adults. Our partners—currently 104 academic institutions, nonprofit organizations, governmental agencies, and other philanthropies who work closely and diligently with us to help improve the health of older adults—have allowed us to leverage and magnify our funding investments to far greater effect than they ever could have achieved on their own. In fact, during the past 14 years, our partnerships have amplified the Foundation’s $398 million investment in older adult health to nearly $2 billion in funding for other related projects—a 500 percent return on investment.