CareOne partners with Barnabas Health Foundation to implement Transition Program for the elderly

CareOne at King James is proud to join forces with Barnabas Health Foundation on the Barnabas Health Transition Program for the Frail Elderly with Dementia, which has received a two-year, $300,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. As reported on, this program seeks to help patients who have dementia and other chronic health conditions improve their self-care and decrease hospital re-admissions. Patient and caregiver education, removing barriers to care and patient-centered care plans are among the program’s main components.

CareOne at King James, located in Atlantic Highlands, N.J., is one of several health  partners that will help Barnabas Health Foundation implement this new program in an effort to improve care for this large yet vulnerable population.

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October 14, 2011 | Posted by Benjamin Grannick | Filed in Blog, News | Tags: ,