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A new study from California’s QIO illustrates the success of Partners’ Care Transition Programs. Titled “Impact of a Combined Coleman Care Transitions Interventions® and Bridge Model Intervention on Readmissions and Medicare Spending,” the document found that the patient groups receiving Partners’ ... Read More
December 10, 2018Daylyn Presley
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NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release SAN FERNANDO, Calif. (Nov. 20, 2018)—Partners in Care Foundation (Partners) announced today The Weingart Foundation (Weingart) recently awarded Partners a $200,000 grant in unrestricted operating support. This two-year grant recognizes Partners’ growth and commitment to high ... Read More
November 20, 2018Daylyn Presley
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NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release SAN FERNANDO, Calif. (Nov. 07, 2018)—Partners in Care Foundation (Partners) today announced significant improvements to its popular HomeMeds program. Introducing the improvements was Sandy Atkins, VP of Strategic Initiatives for the California-based nonprofit. “It has been ... Read More
November 6, 2018Daylyn Presley
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The W. M. Keck Foundation recently awarded Partners in Care Foundation a $250,000 grant to pilot new collaborative chronic care management models for integrating community-based social services with healthcare. This two-year grant will enable Partners to demonstrate the feasibility of sharing ... Read More
October 25, 2018Daylyn Presley
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The Ahmanson Foundation (Ahmanson) is a long-time supporter of Partners in Care Foundation—specifically IT. Over the years The Ahmanson Foundation has backed development of Partners in Care Foundation’s HomeMeds data system and program, which supports Partners’ National Committee for Quality Assurance ... Read More
October 25, 2018Daylyn Presley

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