The Sustainability of School-Based Health Care
October 23, 2012 2:00 pm Eastern Time
GIH Maternal and Child Health Audioconference Series
- Naomi Post and Sandra Trujillo, The Atlantic Philanthropies
- Kimi Sakashita, School Health Center Coordinator, Alameda County, California
- Serina Reckling, National Assembly on School-Based Health Care
Why is it that some school-based health centers can sustain themselves for three decades or more, while others are shuttered after two years? On this webinar, we discussed the variables – and vagaries – associated with school-based health care sustainability, including which program characteristics and public policies best assure long-term fiscal health.
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- Subject Areas: Children and Families