Blueprint, Fall-Winter 2017
In Tony Shih's inaugural Blueprint commentary, he articulates UHF’s four core values. Our cover story takes a look back at the Aging in Place Initiative and the ways in which it pioneered health care/community partnerships and helped community-based organizations become more strategic and results-oriented to better serve their elderly clients; with the recent transfer of the NORC Blueprint website to the New York State Office for the Aging, the work of the Initiative gains a broader platform and continues to have a positive impact on senior services and seniors’ lives. Also in this issue: Grant Spotlight looks at progress in the Partnerships for Early Childhood Development; a new initiative seeks to ensure better-informed decisions on post-acute care; the annual Gala honors four outstanding leaders; Robert Galvin, MD, is elected to the UHF board; and more.
- Blueprint, Fall-Winter 2017 (3417KB)
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