John A. Hartford Foundation Toolkit: “What Matters” to Older Adults?


This toolkit is intended to serve as a resource for multidisciplinary care teams, including physicians, nurses, physician assistants, medical assistants, social workers, chaplains, nurse navigators, community health workers, and trained volunteers. It provides actionable steps and guidance to ensure that every older adult’s health outcome goals and care preferences are understood, documented, and integrated into their care by the entire health care team. Supported by The SCAN Foundation, the toolkit was created as part of the Age-Friendly Health Systems initiative. VIEW TOOLKIT

Date Updated: 06/16/2019

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