Population health is a phrase that is becoming widely used among public health officials, health care providers, researchers, policymakers, and grantmakers. At its core is a focus on building sustainable linkages among health care systems, public health agencies, and the larger community to prevent the onset of chronic disease and improve health outcomes.
During this meeting of grantmakers and other stakeholders, we applied a population health framework to children’s health and addressed the question: What would an integrated child health system look like? We focused on innovative practices and policies and catalytic roles that grantmakers can play.
This meeting was made possible with support from Nemours.
- Area Hotels – PDF document, 252 KB
- Achieving Healthy Communities through Community Centered Health Systems (Fukuzawa) – PDF document, 59 KB
- Community Pediatrics Policy Statement 2013 (Gorski and Kuo) – PDF document, 673 KB
- Integrator Role and Functions in Population Health Improvement Initiatives (Chang) – PDF document, 223 KB
- Population Health in the Affordable Care Act Era (Stoto) – PDF document, 317 KB
- Community Health Needs Assessments (Stoto) – PDF document, 120 KB
- Creating an Integrated Child Health System Using a Population Health Perspective Agenda – PDF document, 119 KB
- Community-Centered Health Homes, Prevention Institute, 2011 – PDF document, 297 KB
- Community Health Centers Leveraging Social Determinants of Health, Institute for Alternative Futures – PDF document, 2986 KB
- Clinical Integration_Haushalter – PDF document, 1324 KB
- Best Babies Zone_Fehrenbach – PDF document, 1383 KB
- Community Pediatrics_Gorski – PDF document, 611 KB
- Kresge_Fukuzawa – PDF document, 1292 KB
- Population Health_Role of the CDC_Graffunder – PDF document, 2685 KB
- Transforming Child Health System_Halfon – PDF document, 3910 KB
- What Is Population Health_Stoto – PDF document, 1342 KB