What is Systems for Action?

The National Program Office for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Systems for Action research program is based at the University of Kentucky within the College of Public Health and the Gatton College of Business and Economics. Our program conducts rigorous scientific research on ways of aligning the delivery and financing systems that build a Culture of Health across America.

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Webinars

The Research-in-Progress Webinar Series enables investigators whose awards are in-process or completed to share their work and disseminate findings more rapidly, and to identify others with like research interests. Upcoming presentations are promoted through the S4A contact list, and the website archives include the presentation and recording for each webinar.

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Events

Apr 25

WEBINAR: Testing a Shared Decision-Making Model for Health and Social Service Delivery in East Harlem

Lack of coordination of health and community services with individual agencies working in isolation leads to wasted resources and poor outcomes...

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May 9

WEBINAR: Uncompensated Care Provision and the Implementation of Population Health Improvement Strategies

The Affordable Care Act (ACA), along with Medicaid expansion, was expected to reduce the rising burden on hospitals from uncompensated care...

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May 23

WEBINAR: Integrating Cross-Sectoral Health and Social Services for the Homeless

Members of the homeless population bear greater risk than other populations for many preventable diseases but are less likely to access healthcare...

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Jun 6

WEBINAR: Linking Education and Health Data to Improve Adolescent Health in Los Angeles

Declines in academic performance often precede declines in health and health behaviors, particularly among minority youth living in economically...

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