23
Sep

Yale School of Medicine receives grant funding to implement HomeMeds

Yale School of Medicine has received grant funding to implement HomeMeds, an evidence-based, in-home, medication review and intervention program developed and licensed by Partners in Care Foundation. The implementation of HomeMeds is part of a three year re...

17
Sep

Tejas Behavioral Health and Cigna/Health Spring to offer HomeMeds medication reconciliation

HomeMeds, an evidence-based, in-home, medication review and intervention program developed and licensed by Partners in Care Foundation is being offered by Texas-based Tejas Behavioral Health in collaboration with Cigna/Health Spring to members with acute ps...

14
Sep

UCLA Medical Group contracts with Partners

The success of Partners Community-Based Care Transitions Program in West LA, which has seen a change in readmission reduction rates among those served of 28.1%, has resulted in a private contract with UCLA Medical Group to serve their members. Utilizing Par...

14
Sep

Partners receives grant to help combat the escalating fall rate among older adults

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 Amer...

6
Sep

Partners in Care Foundation Awarded NCQA Accreditation

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...