Age-Friendly Health Systems Initiative Addresses a Care Crisis in the “Oldest” State

In an ongoing series of articles developed as part of a collaboration between the Aging and Disability Business Institute and the American Society on Aging, the January-February issue of Aging Today features an article about how The John A. Hartford Foundation’s Age-Friendly Health Systems initiative’s 4Ms framework is improving health systems for older adults and people with disabilities in one of the “oldest” states, Maine.


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