Home Health Care News has published an article, "CVS Health Launches Effort to Make MinuteClinics More Senior Friendly."

CVS Health is partnering with Case Western Reserve University and using care principles developed through the Age-Friendly Health Systems initiative in order to provide care that is specifically tailored to older adults in its MinuteClinic locations.

“The Age-Friendly Health Systems initiative has become a movement to transform care for all of us as we age, thanks to our collaboration with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and our other partners,” Terry Fulmer, PhD, RN, FAAN, President of The John A. Hartford Foundation, said in a statement. “Through this new partnership with Case Western Reserve and CVS Health’s MinuteClinic, we have the tremendous opportunity to spread and scale the principles of Age-Friendly care to even more older adults in even more communities.”

Photo Credit: CVS: Mike Mozart | CC BY 2.0
 

To read the article, click here.
To go to Case Western Reserve's announcement, click here.
To learn more about JAHF's support, click here.