86 The Seniors Program: A case study

Brad C. Anderson

Several of the chapters of this textbook draw from this case study. This case describes the efforts of healthcare professionals to develop and implement the Seniors Program.[1] The following sections present an overview of this program, describing what it was, identifying key dates, and discussing significant events during its life cycle.

This chapter presents a highly abridged summary of the case. If you wish to learn more, you can find the full details in the book, Values, Rationality, and Power: Developing Organizational Wisdom.

The Seniors Program: A Case Study

In 2013, a British Columbia (BC) health authority entered into a collaboration with a second health authority in Nova Scotia (NS) and a non-profit foundation (herein named the Foundation). This collaboration aimed to develop an intervention to delay the onset of frailty in healthy but at-risk older adults. This intervention became known as the Seniors Program.

 

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  1. Anderson, B. C. (2019). Values, Rationality, and Power: Developing Organizational Wisdom--A Case Study of a Canadian Healthcare Authority. Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

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