It Takes More Than A Village To Improve Community Health

This October 2014 blog post in The Health Care Blog by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Susan Dentzer showcases ReThink Health’s work the Atlanta Regional Collaborative for Health Improvement. View the Resource  Dentzer, S. (2014). It takes more than a village to improve community health. The Health Care Blog. Retreived from http://thehealthcareblog.com/blog/2014/10/14/it-takes-more-than-a-village-to-improve-community-health/  

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The Health of Complex Human Populations

Health care and public health are finding common—but conflicted—ground in population health. Current discussions in the two fields are collecting a large and growing set of tools, but with little clarity about which are appropriate for exactly what kind of work. Furthermore, neither field provides a clear explanation about how to manage this work within […]

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Financial Sustainability at Scale

  Antony Bugg-Levine, CEO of the Nonprofit Finance Fund talks on financing sustainability at the 2014 Social Impact Exchange Conference. Watch the keynote address from Social Impact Exchange on Vimeo.

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ReThink Health Financing Podcast Series: Healthcare Payment Reform

Listen as Suzanne Delbanco discusses the opportunities and challenges inherent different payment reform approaches in this 20-minute podcast. Delbanco is executive director of Catalyst for Payment Reform, an independent, non-profit corporation working on behalf of large healthcare purchasers to spark changes in the ways we pay for health services to support better and higher value […]

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ReThink Health Financing Podcast Series: Practice Profiles

This 20-minute podcast features Jim Hester, a Public Health Institute board member and former acting director of the Population Health Models Groups at CMS’ Innovation Center, discussing innovations in funding population health. Acknowledging that, in most communities, funding sources typically have been limited to grants and other short-term financing mechanisms that support a single health […]

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