GAP Foundation Unveils Roadmap for Increasing Participation in Alzheimer’s Research

GAP President Calls Memory Fitness Programs Through Medicare Advantage “a Game-Changer”

Nashville – Global Alzheimer’s Platform Foundation (GAP) President John Dwyer today announced a roadmap for increasing participation in Alzheimer’s clinical trials by supporting and collaborating with memory fitness supplemental benefit programs offered through select Medicare Advantage plans across the United States. Dwyer made the announcement in a speech to more than 150 experts on Alzheimer’s clinical trials from GAP’s network of more than 70 affiliated public, private and academic sites (GAP-Net) during the third annual GAP-Net Site Optimization Conference at the Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt University.

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