The New Hampshire Alliance for Healthy Aging, in partnership with the University of New Hampshire Center on Aging and Community Living, is pleased to release Developing a Foundation for Integrated Care Coordination. The aging of our national population creates an opportunity to rethink how we coordinate the multitude of systems that touch our lives. Building on the vision and expertise of NHAHA participants, this brief, part 1 of 2, builds a foundation for dialogue to create an integrated, person-centered model that bridges three major systems: medical, community social service, and informal support system.
Developing a Foundation for Integrated Care Coordination is a tool champions can use in their efforts to engage dialogue and develop solutions through a greater understanding of the language used across the three major systems and awareness of the four tenets of an integrated, person-centered system.
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