Partners in Care believes that today's health care and social services need to change and improve in fundamental ways so that they work better for all of us.
Towards this goal, Partners in Care brings about positive change in the delivery of health care and social services through:
Collaboration with community-based organizations and public and private funders to create these fundamental changes.
Innovation in Partners' programs and projects that demonstrate and prove the effectiveness of these new strategies.
High-Impact Results Partners' work has produced replicable models of care that others across the country have adopted.
Partners in Care Foundation Awarded NCQA Accreditation: The high quality of Partners in Care’s community-based complex case management has been recognized with an Accreditation from the prestigious National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). Partners has championed the concept of community-based care management organizations seeking quality Accreditation, and is one of the first in the nation to receive the NCQA seal. Read more…
Person at the Center National IT Conference Brings Together National Experts - ONC and the Administration for Community Living convened a meeting to discuss ways to put the Person at the Center of their care by improving communication and collaboration among community-based service organizations and health care partners through health information technology. June Simmons, CEO, Partners in Care was among the presenters.
The Institute of Medicine report "Dying in America," issued September 17, urges positive change in America to advance better care at the end of life. Partners' CEO June Simmons considers it a great honor to have served on the work group that developed this document and hopes that it powerfully promotes the palliative care cause for which our organization has fought so long and hard. To read the report, click here
The Archstone Foundation awarded a $400,000 plus two-year grant to Partners in Care Foundation to support the work of the Evidence-Based Leadership Council (read more)
Thanks to everyone who made our 15th Annual Vision & Excellence in Healthcare Leadership Tribute Dinner such a wonderful success. And congratulations again to our CareMore and PIH Health Honorees (read more)
Kathy Greenlee, Assistant Secretary for Aging and Administrator of the Administration for Community Living, visited Partners in Care on April 10, 2014, for a lively exchange of ideas on how community-based organizations can and should play a role in health care reform. (Read more…)
On April 4, 2014 Partners CEO June Simmons received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the California Council on Gerontology and Geriatrics (read more)
Register now for the 11th Annual CAPG Healthcare Conference, June 5-8, 2014. Partners’ CEO June Simmons will be a presenter at this prestigious industry gathering. Read more…
Please join us at our Vision & Excellence in Health Care Leadership 2014 Tribute Dinner. Read more.
Zina Kally, PhD, Director, Research & Evaluation, Institute for Change at Partner in Care Foundation, recently had two articles, written in collaboration with the Alzheimer's Association, accepted for publication in the Journal of Gerontological Social Work. You can review them online from the links below:
PARTNERS IN CARE FOUNDATION, INC. RECEIVES $50,000 MEDTRONIC HEALTH ACCESS GRANT (Read more…)
A care transitions demonstration funded by the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, incorporates Partners’ HomeMeds evidence-based medication management program. Read more, December 3, 2013
Partners’ own Sandy Atkins, VP, Institute For Change, is quoted in this USA Today article about how frighteningly unprepared America is for its silver tsunami of aging Baby Boomers. You’ll find her expert perspective under “The Transportation Challenge” but we highly recommend reading the entire article – it’s a worthwhile investment of your time.
Partners in Care has been selected by the U.S. Administration for Community Living as one of nine community-based organizations across the country that have years of experience serving seniors and people with disabilities to receive training in marketing, contracting, and pricing their services, and forming business relationships with healthcare providers, May 29, 2013
2013 Vision & Excellence in Health Care Leadership, Tribute Dinner, May 13, 2013
Partners' CEO June Simmons presents at AoA, NCOA Expert Panel on "Healthcare and the Community-Based Organizations -- Building an Infrastructure to Scale Self-Managemement" Ms. Simmons provided the California perspective, May 15, 2012, Washington, D.C.
Partners in Care elects Courtney Lyder to board of directors (posted May 23, 2011)
Partners announces a new program for "Caregivers at Home" -- caregivers at home can now join a weekly call-in program for support and tips (click here to view/download informational flyer) posted May 16, 2011
Los Angeles Caregiver Resource Center becomes a program of Partners in Care Foundation (posted March 18, 2011)
Partners in Care HomeMeds program and June Simmons, CEO featured in PharmacyToday online (posted March 8, 2011)
Howard A. Kahn, CEO, L.A. Care Health Plan, named 2011 Partners in Care Foundation Mathies Award recipient, Molina Family and Molina Healthcare Inc. to receive Champion for Health Award (posted Jan 25, 2011)
First of four national demonstration sites to lead expansion of Partners' evidence-based Medication Management Improvement System (MMIS). (more)
Partners and Other Healthcare Leaders Join Public Discussion on Medi-Cal and Health Care Reform with Principles for Effective HealthCare Reform as a First Step. (more)
Partners in Care Establishes the California Health Innovation Centersm (CHICsm): The Center creates and encourages local and statewide partnerships aimed at redirecting health and community resources using tested programs... (more)
June Simmons, president and CEO of Partners in Care, joins the Institute for Health Care Improvement's (IHI) team supporting the innovative Triple Aim Initiative.
Our expertise in project research, program and services development, evaluation and dissemination are helping make essential advances in the delivery and transformation of health care and social services.
Our award-winning projects have led to nationally recognized and replicated models of care.
Pilot Projects: Conceive new ideas and conduct exploratory studies.
Needs Assessment and Consultation: Guidance, planning and project development.
Research and Evaluation Projects: Randomized control trials, comparison design and program, evaluation.
Dissemination and Replication: Moving research to practice.