Community Health Innovations in Prevention for Seniors (CHIPS)
Tell us about community-based efforts to increase the use of
clinical preventive services!
The UCLA Center for Health Policy Research is seeking information about community-based innovations or programs across the country that encourage older adults (ages 50 and up) to use clinical preventive services as well as to reduce inequality in access to healthcare as well as to improve outcomes.
The most promising innovations will be included in a systematic review conducted on behalf of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Do you know of an innovative program? Tell us about it here.
Questions? Please contact:
Research Scientist, UCLA Center for Health Policy Research