Models & Research

As professional planners working in the elder care field since the mid-1980’s, we are aware of the shining stars of elder care and end of life care. Annotated links will take you to model project sites and provide you with research needed to substantiate a shift toward community-based long-term care and palliative care. Current Issues are included to help keep ourselves and others abreast of matters affecting our work and communities of concern. The Journey Project Resource Center houses in-depth research collection far expanded beyond the representative sampling provided herein.

Supportive Care Coalition

Formed in 1994 as Supportive Care of the Dying by six visionary Catholic health care organizations, Supportive Care Coalition: Pursuing Excellence in Palliative Care, has grown to 23 member organizations with health care facilities nationwide. In 2006, the name was changed to better reflect Coalition palliative care activities that address the continuum of living with […]

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TIME: Toolkit of Instruments to Measure End of Life Care

A fundamental barrier in the quality of care at the end of life is the lack of measurement tools. These measurement tools should identify opportunities for improving medical care, examining the impact of interventions or demonstration programs, and holding institutions accountable for their quality of care. The Toolkit takes steps toward crossing this measurement barrier

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United Hospital Fund of New York City

The United Hospital Fund’s mission is to shape positive change in health care for the people of New York. They advance policies and support programs that promote high quality, patient-centered health care services that are accessible to all. They undertake research and policy analysis to improve the financing and delivery of care in hospitals, clinics,

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