What is a pixel? According to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary, a pixel is any of the small, discrete elements that together constitute an image (as on a television or digital screen). On May 27, 2020, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grantees shared the work they are engaged in around cross-sector alignment: What is it? What does it mean? Why does it matter? How can we use these lessons in light of the current fight against COVID-19?
During this virtual event, Aligning Systems for Health, led by the Georgia Health Policy Center, brought the pixels together to form a more complete picture of cross-sector alignment efforts.
Virtual Event: Opening & Closing Recordings
Virtual Event: Grantee Presentations
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