The John A. Hartford Foundation has a distinguished history of investing in aging experts and practice innovations that transform how the care of older adults is delivered. Since 1982, the Foundation has invested over $500 million in aging and health grants.
Below is a list of current and select previous grants, beginning with those most recently authorized. You can also use the Advanced Grant Search.
|Santa Fe Group, Inc.||Oral Health for America’s Seniors - Expanding Medicare|
|Center for Medicare Advocacy||Reducing Harm to Medicare Beneficiaries - Improving Hospital Observation Status and Other Policies|
|Institute of Medicine of the National Academies||Roundtable on Quality of Care for People with Advanced Illness|
|Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation||The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation - Kaiser Health News: The Geriatric Care Reporting Project|
|Johns Hopkins University||Moving and Scaling Home-Based Primary Care into the Mainstream of U.S. Health Care|
|University of Minnesota, National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education||Increasing Interprofessional Collaboration (IPC) in Clinical Nursing & Health Professions Education|
|The National Association of Area Agencies on Aging, Inc.||Building the Capacity of the Aging and Disability Networks to Ensure the Delivery of Quality Integrated Care|
|University of Washington, Cambia Palliative Care Center of Excellence||Building a Collective Strategy to Accelerate Progress in End-of-Life Care|