This session will bring together experts from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, the National WIC Association, and 1,000 days to explore why increasing WIC participation is vital to improving maternal and child health outcomes in the U.S.
Join this webinar to discuss the state of research on provider biases, potential intervention strategies to increase awareness of biases in clinical encounters, and areas where more research is needed to advance equity in health care.
This audioconference provided an overview of the Triple Aim framework for integrative and transformational change, which was launched under the former leadership of Don Berwick at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement.
On this GIH audioconference, Robert Phillips from The California Endowment, Sara Kay from The Nathan Cummings Foundation and Karen Quigley from Community Catalyst discussed both the report and the Fund and ways that foundations may want to consider them in their work and funding decisions.
This GIH webinar explored key messages framing the most recent IOM report’s recommendations. Presenters reflected on how foundations can act on specific recommendations as well as provide support for implementation efforts at the local, state, and national level.
Results of the recent election have significantly altered the political map for state governments. This audioconference considered the implications of these political shifts for health policy and explored how health funders are responding to changes in the political landscape.
Participants conversed on how best to craft partnerships with the business community, invest in outreach to employers, and tailor messages about the benefits of health reform.