This resource, developed for the Smart Cities Council by the Arizona State University Center for Urban Innovation, provides a detailed analysis of 28 financing mechanisms. This is a great place to start if you are interested in learning about financing tools like social impact bonds, public benefit funds, pay for performance, and more.

How can thoughtful health leaders use or adapt these financing strategies?

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