GIH Events

GIH Fall 2020 Virtual Convenings

Due to recent COVID-19 developments, Grantmakers In Health (GIH) has made the difficult decision to cancel our 2020 Annual Conference on Health Philanthropy, scheduled for June 17-19 in Minneapolis.

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The National Academy for State Health Policy’s COVID-19 Action Center

The National Academy for State Health Policy’s COVID-19 Action Center offers a wealth of information on how states are tracking and responding to the coronavirus pandemic including COVID-19 data collection by race and ethnicity; updates on state testing capacity, contract tracing programs, stay-at-home orders, and re-openings; and Medicaid and CHIP strategies to protect coverage.

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Views from the field by Bruce Chernof

Broadening the Role of Philanthropy in Rethinking Aging

When someone turns 65, they have roughly 8,000 days ahead of them, almost a third of their life. Why are these 8,000 days so invisible?

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Views from the field by Bruce Chernof

Broadening the Role of Philanthropy in Rethinking Aging

When someone turns 65, they have roughly 8,000 days ahead of them, almost a third of their life. Why are these 8,000 days so invisible?

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Transitions

Philanthropy @ Work – Transitions – June 2020

The latest on transitions from the field.

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Awards

Philanthropy @ Work – Awards – June 2020

The latest on awards from the field.

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Reports

Jewish Healthcare Foundation: June 2020

The Jewish Healthcare Foundation (JHF) released a new publication, Beyond Medicalization: Midwives and Maternity Care in America.

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Reports

Episcopal Health Foundation: June 2020

EHF’s analysis found that beginning in January 2021, more than 1.1 million Texans could be part of the uninsured who become stuck in the state’s health insurance “coverage gap”—a 50 percent increase from 2020.

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Grants and Programs

Philanthropy @ Work – Grants and Programs – June 2020

The latest on grants and programs from the field.

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