The AHA’s Health Research & Educational Trust today announced it will create an online community designed to help strengthen care transitions. “Huddle for Care,” funded by a grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, seeks to accelerate the dissemination of ideas and best practices by allowing practitioners to more easily share effective strategies to overcome the main challenges associated with providing high-quality care transitions. This live, real-time platform will feature web-based content, live interaction and a listserv community to provide users an opportunity to learn from and connect with others doing similar work to improve transitional care. “Based on HRET’s prior experiences facilitating communication between care providers, HRET sees Huddle for Care as a vital resource for those seeking to improve care transitions,” said Maulik Joshi, HRET president and AHA associate executive vice president. “Both HRET and the Moore Foundation believe that through the shared learnings and continual education Huddle for Care will provide to care transition implementers, the patient experience will in turn be improved during periods of transitions.”