In Health Affairs: Many Multisector Partnerships Not Yet Mature

Health Affairs has published the results of our months-long research endeavor to further understand and define the national landscape of multisector partnerships for health. The article, “Multisector Partnerships Need Further Development to Fulfill Aspirations for Transforming Health and Well-Being”, was authored by the ReThink Health Ventures team and appears in the journal’s January 2018 special […]

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In Health Affairs: Many Multisector Partnerships Not Yet Mature

Health Affairs has published the results of our months-long research endeavor to further understand and define the national landscape of multisector partnerships for health. The article, “Multisector Partnerships Need Further Development to Fulfill Aspirations for Transforming Health and Well-Being,” was authored by the ReThink Health Ventures team and appears in the journal’s January 2018 special issue on the […]

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Public Narrative Toolkit

Designed for leaders and stakeholders working to transform regional health systems, this toolkit includes short videos, worksheets, and coaching tips to harness the power of storytelling to motivate action.

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Negotiating a Well-Being Portfolio Exercise

An exercise that provides a picture of regional policies and initiatives addressing both “urgent needs” and “vital conditions” – allowing leaders to explore how these could shift to deliver better results.

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2016 Pulse Check Survey Findings

Multi-sector partnerships play an increasingly significant role in the movement to improve health, equity, and economic prosperity. These partnerships recognize that many of our most pressing challenges defy sector boundaries, and cannot be effectively addressed by any one institution alone. This Pulse Check on Multi-Sector Partnerships is the only survey of its kind to ask leaders across the U.S. what their partnerships do, how they finance their work, and how their groups have been developing over time. 

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How Do Institutional Financing Structures for Meeting Social Needs Get Their Start?

How might investment in population health become systematic? This overview of how financing structures came to be in affordable housing and in community development offers some insights into possible steps for advancing the financing of population health. The report, dated September 2016, was prepared by members of ReThink Health’s sustainable financing team: Katherine Wright, Kim […]

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