Connecting the Systems that Drive Health in Your Community: Medical, Social, and Public Health
This presentation highlights what we know and still need to learn about building strong building strong multi-sector community networks, based on research from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Systems for Action program.
At the 9th Annual Trover Health Symposium, Dr. Glen Mays presented ways to build delivery and financing systems that improve population health, such as:
- Designed to achieve large-scale health improvement: in neighborhoods, communities, and regions
- Improve means and reduce variances (health equity)
- Target fundamental and multiple determinants of health
- Mobilize the collective actions of multiple sectors and stakeholders in government and private sector for infrastructure, information, and incentives