Practice Change Resources

Action Awards Case Studies

Assessing and Addressing Caregiver Needs in the Caregivers of Homebound Elders

Bridging from Novice to Knowledge: Implementing a Geriatric Oncology Curriculum for Nurse Practitioner Students

Calhoun County Coordinated Community Response: Redesigning Service Delivery for Victims of Elder Abuse and Neglect

Designing a New System-wide Geriatric Medicine Program for Care New England

Developing the Vulnerable Elder Protection Team: An Emergency Department-Based Multi-Disciplinary Intervention to Improve Care for Potential Victims of Elder Abuse and Neglect

Emergency Department Transitions with Nursing Homes: Improving and Standardizing Communication

Expansion of Health Information Technology for Hispanic Dementia Caregivers

Honoring the Care Wishes of Nursing Home Residents

Implementing Routine Cognitive Assessment for Older Elective Surgery Patients in a Busy Preoperative Testing Center

Improving access, communication, and efficiency of care: Implementation of Telemedicine Capabilities between a Hospital and Skilled Nursing Facility

Improving Access to Palliative Care in Underserved Communities: Developing a Community-Based Screening Tool for Older Adults

Making Real Progress in Emotional Health (MARPEH)

MiCAPABLE - Community Aging in Place, Advancing Better Living for Elders in the Michigan Medicaid Waiver Program

National Healthcare Decisions Day “Ramp Up” Event

Older Adults as Change Agents to Improve Mental Health Care in the Community

Opening the Door: A Training for Engaging in Attuned Adult Protective Services Work

Testing and Refinement of Interprofessional Geriatric Rounds (TRIGR) Practice Change

Transforming Chronic Disease Management Practice in the Skilled Nursing Facility through Patient and Family-Centered Clinical Decision Support

Transforming Practice: Innovative Care Delivery Redesign at the Hospital Unit Level to Improve Patient-Centered Outcomes in Vulnerable Elders

Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Using Interactive Theater to Promote Conversations about Driving Safety for Persons with Dementia