New n4a Report Details How AAAs Measure the Financial Value of their Services

A new report from n4a details the findings of a poll investigating how AAAs measure the financial value of their services, and if their value proposition development has led to new or expanded partnerships with health care entities.

Many Area Agencies on Aging and community-based organizations are looking for new sources of sustainable revenue, such as contracts with health care entities, to diversify funding streams and to best meet the needs of older adults and people with disabilities in their communities. But developing new partnerships and revenue streams often requires AAAs to demonstrate the financial value that their services can bring to these partnerships in order to make a case for contracting—something that not all AAAs have traditionally done.

In addition to the findings from n4a's poll, the report also features key informant interviews from AAAs that have successfully measured the value of their services to develop and strengthen partnerships in their community.

Read the report.



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