Posted in Accountable Care, ACO, population health

Population Health, Social Determinants & the ‘All Hands on Deck’ Race to Matter

by Gregg A. Masters, MPH

Population Health Alliance (PHA) Executive Director and current Board Chair Fred Goldstein and I just finished chatting with Rain Henderson, the CEO of the Clinton Health Matters Initiative (CHMI) a project of the Clinton Global Foundation.

Rain covered quite a bit of ground from the mission of the Foundation to it’s current relevance and impact given recent signs of less than optimal hand offs between the public health community and umbrella acute care American Medicine infrastructure. We also learn more about CHMI and the broader goals of the Clinton Global Foundation.

To access this timely exchange click here.  pha keynotes2

Rain will provide the introductory remarks at the PHA member session in advance of Esther Dyson’s keynote presentation on ‘The Way to Wellville’, an initiative of HiCCUp.

This will be a powerful gathering of data driven and best practices supported participants in the general pursuit of a sustainable U.S. health care ecosystem and economy aka ‘the triple aim’.

For more information on the PHA Forum see full agenda and schedule.

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