The SPICE-Bridge Partnership Project

The SPICE-Bridge Partnership project aims to strengthen the connections and communication between community-based services and large health care systems, thus creating a model of improved care for older adults that enables them to continue living independently in their own homes for as long as possible. Evaluations examine the percentage of clients who remain in their homes and participate with the project, kept appointments with medical providers, surveys of hospital and clinic staff, and interviews with participants and direct service providers.


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SPICE-Bridge Partnership Project Summary Evaluation Report - Progress Toward Service Integration, August 2004-June 2008EvaluationDecember 2008June Heineman, Karen Ulstad, Greg Owen
SPICE-Bridge Partnership Project, SummaryEvaluationMarch 2008June Heineman, Karen Ulstad, Greg Owen
Evaluation of SPICE-Bridge Partnership Project - Progress Toward Service Integration, July 2005-June 2007EvaluationFebruary 2008June Heineman, Karen Ulstad, Greg Owen
Evaluation of SPICE-Bridge Partnership Project - Progress Toward Service IntegrationEvaluationNovember 2005Michelle Decker Gerrard, Cara Bailey, Greg Owen

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