Partners in Care Foundation, a Los Angeles based non-profit that provides community-based care services, has become the only organization in the Western United States to receive new grant funding aimed at reducing the rapidly escalating number of older Americans at risk for falls. The grant award was announced by the Administration on Aging (AoA) during the recent White House Conference on Aging. Alarming figures published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveal that one out of three older adults falls each year, resulting in 734,000 hospitalizations, at a cost, ...
September 14, 2015Daylyn Presley
The high quality of Partners in Care’s community-based care management has been recognized with a two-year Accreditation from the prestigious National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). Partners is one of the agencies that has championed the concept of community-based care management organizations seeking quality Accreditation, and is only the second CBO in the nation to receive the NCQA seal. Widely regarded as representing the gold standard for the assessment of and reporting on healthcare provision, NCQA is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to improving health care quality. Partners received NCQA Accreditation ...
September 6, 2015Daylyn Presley
Partners in Care has been recognized at this year’s U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) Innovates Awards, for its involvement in the collaborative innovation project, Linking Health Care & Community Services. The HHS Innovates Awards recognize creative solutions developed by HHS employees in response to some of the nation’s most challenging problems in health, health care, and government. Partners was acknowledged for its work with the Administration for Community Living, The John A. Hartford Foundation, and the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging, to create a learning collaborative aimed at ...
May 17, 2015Daylyn Presley
April 28, 2015 Jody Dunn, Co-founder and Vice President of Service Integration at Partners in Care Foundation, has announced that she will be transitioning out of her full-time responsibilities at the organization to focus on consulting work. Ms. Dunn’s announcement this month comes as her remarkable contribution to health care management and reform was recognized in her nomination for the San Fernando Valley Business Journal’s, 14th Annual Women in Business Awards, in the category of Non-Profit Executive of the Year. Ms. Dunn joined other nominees and honorees at the award ...
May 6, 2015Daylyn Presley