Partnership

GEDC Partners work together to transform ED care of older adults; catalyze action at local and national levels to support these care transformations; and evaluate the impact of these new models of care for older people.

GEDC is comprised of Emergency Departments dedicated to accomplishing these goals together, and sharing best practices in order to accelerate the evolutions in care models needed to improve emergency care for older adults.

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Who is GEDC Partnership For?

  • For Healthcare Systems

    For healthcare systems that have a comprehensive, strategic emphasis on caring for older adults and/or are seeking system-wide GEDA accreditation.

  • For Hospitals

    For individual hospitals that have a dedicated clinical champion(s) seeking to begin or level-up their GEDA accreditation.

  • For Rural Hospitals

    For rural hospitals seeking access to free or low-cost, high-impact, education, resources and best practices for improving care for older adults.

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Partnership Benefits

  • Access to education, implementation and evaluation resources

  • CME-accredited online learning

  • On-demand and live webinars

  • Support from a GEDC Core Faculty Mentor

  • Virtual office hours with GEDC Core Faculty and peers

  • Enhanced ED reputation as a leader at the forefront of geriatric emergency care

Partnership Criteria and Responsibilities

  • A GEDC Partner demonstrates a commitment from an institutional leader at the chief executive level (CMO, CNO, COO) in the form of a letter of support. The letter of support expresses a strong commitment to the ED’s efforts to provide excellent emergency care to older adults.

  • A GEDC Partner conducts ongoing, interdisciplinary, Quality Improvement (QI) initiatives in geriatric emergency care, at a minimum of every two years. A GEDC Partner will assess and evaluate the implementation and effectiveness of QI projects and shares QI data and outcomes with other members of the Collaborative.

  • A GEDC Partner participates in a GEDC activities, such as webinars, training programs or educational engagements, at a minimum of twice a year, and/or demonstrates active involvement in improving emergency care of older adults.

  • A GEDC Partner commits to helping other members of the Collaborative improve their emergency care of older adults through general networking, ongoing conversation, or mentorship.

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