Aging and Disability Business Institute Selects Participants in Health Information Technology Learning Collaborative

n4a's Aging and Disability Business Institute has announced the ten community-based organizations that will take part in a Health Information Technology Learning Collaborative that will help them boost their expertise and develop needed skills to build and sustain partnerships with health care.

The need for AAAs and other community-based organizations to be well-versed in technology is growing, particularly as more and more diversify their funding sources by developing innovative partnerships with health care entities. The goal of the learning collaborative is to not only grow the skill set of participants, but also to encourage them to share their knowledge and experiences with others that are just starting to develop these partnerships.
The organizations selected for the Health Information Technology Learning Collaborative are:
  • AgeOptions, Oak Park, IL
  • Area Agency on Aging & Disabilities of Southwest Washington (AAADSW), Vancouver, WA
  • LifeStream Services, Inc., Yorktown, IN
  • Lutheran Services in America, Washington, DC
  • Maryland Living Well Center of Excellence - MAC, Inc. Maintaining Active Citizens Area Agency on Aging, Salisbury, MD
  • Michigan State University Extension, East Lansing, MI
  • Oregon Wellness Network, Salem, OR
  • Pima Council on Aging, Tucson, AZ
  • Sound Generations, Seattle, WA
  • Western New York Integrated Care Collaborative, Buffalo, NY
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