Seeking Triple Aim results, The John A. Hartford Foundation is committed to better care for older adults that both drives better health outcomes and lowers overall costs. In a rapidly evolving health care environment, our Foundation supports the spread of evidence-based models that can dramatically accelerate care improvement for older people, which benefits all of us.
Our current priority areas include:
Overall criteria for funding include:
We utilize five main approaches across our programs: supporting the leadership of interprofessional experts in the care of older adults, linking education and practice, developing and disseminating models of care, strengthening tools and measures for quality care, and promoting policy and communications that support better care of older people and their families.
The Foundation makes grants by invitation only.
|University of Washington, Cambia Palliative Care Center of Excellence||Building a Collective Strategy to Accelerate Progress in End-of-Life Care|
|New York University||Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystem Elders in Long-Term Care (NICHE-LTC)|
|Yale University||Primary Specialty Care Redesign (Carealign) Implementation|
|University of Washington||Social Innovation Fund: Healthy Futures/IMPACT Expansion Renewal|
|YMCA of the USA||Preventing Diabetes Among Older Adults|
|American Geriatrics Society, Inc.||Geriatric Orthopedic Hip Fracture Co-Management Planning Grant|
|Hebrew SeniorLife, Inc./Harvard University||Hospital Elder Life Program (HELP): Taking to Scale|
|Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai||Mobile Acute Care Team Services: Outcomes and Dissemination of Hospital at Home in Fee-for-Service Medicare and Beyond|