Aging and disability network agencies have pursued a number of successful strategies to begin relationships with hospitals, physician groups, and other health care organizations. Evidence-based programs are often the key to unlocking what seem to be closed doors between the two worlds. Learn also about the IRS-required Community Health Needs Assessments for nonprofit hospitals and how to become involved to establish relationships. Finally, learn about national initiatives spreading innovative and successful approaches to building business opportunities to provide community-based services under contract with health care organizations.
Interested in learning about a program that can help reduce falls and build confidence in older people to undertake everyday activities safely? Watch this webinar, where we will share an overview of the community-based, small-group falls prevention workshop Stepping On. The program meets the Administration on Aging’s highest-level criteria for evidence-based programs and is complementary to other evidence-based programming. Additionally, presenters will share how Wisconsin assures sustainability of evidence-based programs through partnerships with the Wisconsin Institute for Healthy Aging, the Wisconsin Bureau of Aging and Disability Resources, the aging network throughout the state, and other community partners.
This webinar is part of a series given by the Center for Healthy Aging and partners as part of the U.S. Administration for Community Living, Administration on Aging's (through the FY 2013 Prevention and Public Health Fund) National Resource Center on Chronic Disease Self-Management Education Programs.
This webinar is specifically for the CDSME grant leads and key partners responsible for ensuring that data throughout the state is collected, entered, and reported back to partnering organizations, etc. Presenters from ACL and NCOA will cover updates to the data collection forms, as well as data security and privacy requirements which are mandatory under Year 2 of your grant.