Aligning Systems for Health: Rapid-Cycle Research Findings from Communities Joined in Action
Aligning Systems for Health, supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and led by the Georgia Health Policy Center, awarded 10 rapid-cycle research grants to explore specific aspects of the Framework for Aligning Sectors. This is a summary of findings from Communities Joined in Action, which explored:
- What internal factors (organizational structures and functions) and external factors (public policies, power dynamics, and approaches to stakeholder engagement) impact cross-sector partnership design, functionality, and sustainability?
- In what ways are partnership dynamics (why stakeholders came together and how they have evolved) influenced by these factors?