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Medication Management Improvement System (MMIS) Toolkits
These toolkits, developed by Partners in Care Foundation, were designed to improve medication use among the elderly patients in home health agencies and community-based care management agencies. The toolkits provide information on how to implement a medication management intervention within these organizations. They also offer practical advice on the scope of the potential medication-related problems among the elderly and suggest how agencies can address this issue. The toolkit is available as several PDFs, requiring Adobe Reader.
Project BOOST (Better Outcomes for Older adults through Safe Transition)
Project BOOST, created in 2008 by the Society of Hospital Medicine with support from the John A. Hartford Foundation, implemented an approach to improving the hospital discharge process with the goal of decreasing readmission rates among elderly patients. This web-based toolkit will walk one through each step of designing, implementing and evaluating an intervention.
Age-Friendly Primary Health Care Centres Toolkit
The Department of Ageing and Life Course (ALC) has developed this toolkit to support health care workers in being skilled in the diagnosis and management of the chronic diseases and the professed four giants of geriatrics (memory loss, urinary incontinence, depression and falls/immobility) that often have effects on people as they age.