Member Organizations

-Advancing Excellence in America's Nursing Homes Campaign

The Advancing Excellence in America’s Nursing Homes Campaign is a major initiative of the Advancing Excellence in Long Term Care Collaborative. The Collaborative assists all stakeholders of long term care supports and services to achieve the highest practicable level of physical, mental, and psychosocial well-being for all individuals receiving long term care services.


Reg4ALL is a free online health registry for people with all diseases to be available for clinical trials.  It is especially valuable for people with rare diseases (and their caregivers).  Users can register, store information about their health, and see how their answers compare with other users'.  Next, they can selectively share that information in whatever manner they feel comfortable, and use Reg4All to connect with the disease advocacy community and other helpful resources.  Finally, Reg4ALL aims to transform the way that medical research is done, and facilitate connections between researchers and potential participants.  Learn more

-Bipartisan Policy Center and the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions:

    Supply Report: The Complexities of National Health Care Workforce Planning: A Review of Current Data and Methodologies and
    Recommendations for Future Studies

    Demand Report: Better Health Care Worker Demand Projections: A Twenty-First Century Approach

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Coalition of Geriatric Nursing Organizations Speaking with one voice to benefit older adults.

The Coalition of Geriatric Nursing Organizations’ (CGNO), representing over 28,700 nurses is comprised of the leading associations representing nurses who provide geriatric care in a variety of clinical settings. By leveraging its collective strengths, the CGNO speaks with one voice to promote a health care environment for older adults that reflect accessibility, evidence-based practice, and high quality, person-centered care. Since its inception in 2001, the CGNO has been coordinated by the Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing (HIGN) at New York University College of Nursing.