Webinar: Collaborating on the 4Ms of Healthy Aging

The post-acute market is changing at lightning speed during this new era of accountability, and providers are looking for new approaches that enable them to be at the forefront of the highest-quality care while meeting the personalized needs of their patients and residents.

The 4Ms of Geriatrics, as defined by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), identify four key drivers that all clinical and decision-making should follow when caring for older adults: What Matters, Medications, Movement, and Mentation. Rather than focusing solely on disease, providers need to organize care and focus on the older adult’s entire person, including their wellness and strengths.

This webinar will address the core tenets of the 4Ms and discuss how providers can implement them to positively impact clinical outcomes, focus on prevention measures that minimize the risk of readmissions, and improve the quality of life for patients and residents in their care.

By watching this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • What the 4Ms of Geriatrics are, and the impact each area may have on resident care
  • How each area interconnects and has an impact on quality of life
  • How working with the right vendor partner with integrated services can help you impact resident outcomes through each 4M category
  • The clinical outcomes you can expect from this approach


Rob Leffler, RPh – Vice President of Clinical Services, Synchrony Health Services
Julia Barrett, OTR – Vice President of Senior Living Services, Synchrony Health Services


Liz Barlow, RN – Vice President of Marketing, Synchrony Health Services