Long-lasting change requires long-term investments. How can health care, public health, and social services align finances to build strong and sustainable health improvement initiatives?
On September 30, a panel of experts who discussed how shared financing works; its role in advancing health and racial equity; and practical takeaways for leaders, practitioners, and funders.
- CommonSpirit Health: Pablo Bravo, System Vice President of Community Health
- Harris County (Texas) Public Health Department: Barbie Robinson, Executive Director
- LISC Toledo: Kim Cutcher, Executive Director
- Center for Community Investment: Robin Hacke, Executive Director (moderator)
This event is the third in a series of four webinars focused on how to implement the four core components of aligning — financing, data, shared purpose, and governance.
This virtual event is hosted by Aligning Systems for Health at the Georgia Health Policy Center with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.