ACL Administrator Highlights the Importance of Contracts with Health Care to Address SDOH

A blog post published in Health Affairs by Assistant Secretary for Aging and ACL Administrator Lance Robertson and The SCAN Foundation President and CEO Bruce Chernof earlier this week highlights the growing capacity of AAAs and other community-based organizations to address the social determinants of health for older adults in their communities. Laying out a roadmap for the future of these partnerships, Robertson and Chernof identify AAAs as an integral part of building CBO networks and formalizing integrated service delivery. Read the blog entry to learn more.

n4a's Aging and Disability Business Institute has a bevy of resources that can support AAAs with existing partnerships—and those who are interested in exploring next steps for developing these partnerships. Visit to learn more. Want to stay informed of the latest news from the Business Institute? Sign up for the biweekly newsletter!
And, be sure to check your email inboxes next week for details on the Business Institute's 2020 Request for Information survey, which will help provide insight into these partnerships.



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