Aging and Disability Business Institute's New, Fully Redesigned Website

At the Aging and Disability Business Institute, we are constantly adapting to keep pace with an ever-growing and changing field. Today, we’re proud to announce the launch of our new and improved website! We have redesigned our site to provide visitors with the best possible user experience to help you find the information you need right away. We encourage you to take a look!

Our refreshed website introduces a bold new design with updated functionality. When we asked for your feedback, you told us that it was hard to find materials on our website. And we listened! Users can now browse the all-new Resource Library to easily find and access resources of all types. We have also improved our search and filter functions to make sure you find the information you’re looking for faster than ever.

Check out the new Partnerships in Action section where you will find real-world examples of ways community-based organizations (CBOs) have partnered with health care to improve care for older adults and people with disabilities. Read our Success Stories, learn more about The John A. Hartford Foundation Business Innovation Award, and find inspiration for your next health care contract in this section.

The redesigned website is also home to our updated suite of assessment tools, including the recently released Network Readiness Assessment and the newly updated Readiness Assessment tools. We’ve added new modules to the Readiness Assessment to better support CBOs in determining their readiness and helping them prepare for health care contracting. And our new Network Readiness Assessment helps networks of community-based organizations do the same.

As you explore our new website, please let us know if you have any questions or feedback by sending us an email at businessinstitute@n4a.org.

Explore the new website!

This item is posted for the Aging and Disability Business Institute. ILRU is one of the lead partners in the Business Institute, providing training and technical assistance to centers for independent living and other community-based organizations in securing contracts with health plans and payers to provide community living services to people with disabilities.