Community Business Model

David Kindig, Ph.D and George Isham, MD, provide a framework that defines a community health business model. This model sets out to enforce the value proposition that health prevention efforts present, across a range of sectors. This context provides a compelling narrative on the importance of cross-sector collaboration for healthcare transformation to become financially sustainable.

Kindig, D.A.,  Zenty, G.I.T III, Bieber, E.J., and Hammack, E. (2014). Engaging Stakeholders in Population Health. Foundation of the American College of Healthcare Executives; 30(4). Available from https://uwphi.pophealth.wisc.edu/publications/other/frontiers-of-health-services-management-vol30-num4.pdf