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The National Council on Aging (NCOA) Trailblazers in Aging Awards recognize individuals and organizations around the country who are working toward a just and caring society that allows all of us to age with dignity, purpose, and security.

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Cumulus is excited to welcome the Honorable Lance Robertson and Matt Salo to its Advisory Board. The Cumulus Advisory Board provides advice and guidance on matters of strategy and execution, enhancing Cumulus’ ability to achieve goals and best serve its customers.

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Cumulus launches Customer Council

Vision

Cumulus is pleased to announce the launch of its Customer Council. This initiative marks the next step forward in Cumulus' commitment to customer driven product innovation.

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NCOA chooses Cumulus to manage SCSEP

Deployment

Cumulus is proud to announce that the National Council on Aging (NCOA) has chosen the Cumulus platform to manage its Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP). NCOA is one of 18 national grantees for the U.S. Department of Labor (DoL) program that trains and supports older adults who are looking to reenter the workforce.

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Cumulus will co-present at the 2024 HIMSS Global Conference in Orlando regarding social care referrals and FHIR® interoperability for aging and disability services. The HiMSS conference attracts 35,000+ attendees from around the world who are driving a digital revolution to reshape the healthcare ecosystem.

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Trellis and its partners have chosen Cumulus for the Minnesota Wraparound for Adult Protective Services Clients (WRAPS Resources) initiative. Designed to provide home- and community-based services and supports for clients of county-based APS programs, WRAPS Resources’ goal is to help individuals remain in the least restrictive environment and improve their quality of life and health. The Cumulus hub will connect APS investigators to Area Agency on Aging (AAA) workers through rapid closed loop referrals and ongoing collaboration.

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Missouri AAAs advance FHIR interoperability

Interoperability

The Missouri Association of Area Agencies on Aging (ma4) has leveraged Cumulus Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR)* capabilities to streamline data sharing within the Missouri Adult Protective Services Direct Services initiative. The project is a collaboration of Missouri’s Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) and Missouri Adult Protective Services (APS) to deliver services and supports to clients of APS, with a goal of helping those clients remain in the least restrictive environment and improve their quality of life and health. The Cumulus hub connects 300+ Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services APS and AAA workers with closed loop referrals and collaboration.

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California ADRC Picks Cumulus

Deployment

The Sonoma County Human Services Department, Adult and Aging Division, a core partner of the Sonoma County Aging & Disability Resource Hub, has chosen Cumulus as its collaboration and referral solution to link community partners together, streamline closed-loop referrals and improve outcomes for people served.

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Aging Ahead has chosen Cumulus to optimize outcomes for its large, multi-county Veteran Directed Care (VDC) program, a partnership with the St. Louis VA Health Care System. As Missouri’s largest Area Agency on Aging, Aging Ahead has overseen its broadly successful VDC program in the greater St. Louis region since 2014.

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Leading Community Care Hub picks Cumulus

Deployment

Bay Aging and VAAACares® have chosen Cumulus for Virginia’s Community Care Hub. The Cumulus platform will be used to process incoming referrals, assign tasks to staff and partners, conduct client assessments, manage care plans, track activities, optimize billing, and monitor performance.

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Cumulus is thrilled to be a sponsor of the USAging Aging Innovations & Achievement (AIA) Awards program. This prestigious award is a flagship program for USAging.

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Cumulus has been chosen by USAging and the National Council on Aging (NCOA), empowering hundreds of community-based grantees nationwide to record, monitor and report on vaccine clinics and vaccinations, service delivery, education/outreach activities, and supportive services. Both organizations will use Cumulus for oversight and monitoring of their national efforts to increase vaccine uptake.

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Cumulus and its partners are final winners of the Administration for Community Living’s Social Care Referrals Challenge. The three-phase challenge was a competition to identify IT solutions to support health care systems and community-based organizations to facilitate social care referrals and information sharing between organizations, systems, and platforms – a perfect fit for Cumulus.

Read more about Cumulus and Partners Chosen as Final Winners of the ACL Social Care Referrals Challenge

The Missouri Association of Area Agencies on Aging (MA4) chose Cumulus for a statewide collaboration initiative to connect Adult Protective Services clients with HCBS. This project is a collaboration of MA4 and Missouri Adult Protective Services (APS) to deliver services and supports to clients of APS, with a goal of helping those clients remain in the least restrictive environment and improve their quality of life and health. The Cumulus hub is connecting 300+ Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services APS and AAA workers with rapid referrals and collaboration.

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As the collaboration hub for ACL Challenge Grant winner Missouri Aging Services Data Collaborative (MASDC), Cumulus is pushing the interoperability envelope on behalf of AAAs. To encourage data sharing with healthcare, state agencies and community partners Cumulus and MASDC developed a groundbreaking set of standards to help AAAs share data in a uniform way nationwide.

Read more about ACL Challenge Grant inspires new Aging Services Data Set and Interoperability Standards

The Cumulus collaboration platform grew directly from a need in the spring of 2020 for community partners to rapidly coordinate their response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Like community-based organizations nationwide, Aging Ahead, an Area Agency on Aging in the greater St. Louis area, faced daunting challenges as local communities and businesses went into lockdown. The demand for some services like home delivered meals skyrocketed, while delivery models for in-home services changed overnight. Using the ad hoc tools available, Aging Ahead and its partners coordinated outreach and service delivery, providing reassurance and services to socially and physically isolated shared clients across a huge geographic area. Relying on email, phone calls, spreadsheets, disconnected data systems and old-fashioned ingenuity they made it work – thousands of seniors and people with disabilities were served during that crucial time.

Read more about Missouri AAA uses Cumulus during COVID Health Emergency