What is Systems for Action?
Systems for Action (S4A) is a signature research program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) that builds a Culture of Health by rigorously testing new ways of connecting the nation’s fragmented medical, social, and public health systems. The program supports research teams from across the U.S. in conducting scientific studies that evaluate the implementation and impact of novel approaches to systems alignment. The system alignment mechanisms we study take many forms, including shared governance models, platforms for data exchange and integration, bundled and blended payment models, and cross-cutting workforce components such as navigators and integrators. The National Program Office for S4A is based in the Colorado School of Public Health, University of Colorado, within the Health Systems, Management & Policy Department.
Research in Progress Webinars
The Research-in-Progress Webinar Series enables research teams to rapidly share what they are learning about how to connect medical, social, and public health systems. These sessions are intended for broad audiences who are interested in systems alignment from research, policy and practice perspectives. Each webinar includes presentations from members of the research team along with commentaries from policy and practice stakeholders. Participants are invited to engage in the interactive live webinars by submitting questions and responding to stakeholder commentaries. View a schedule of upcoming presentations and view recordings and materials from past webinars via the 'Learn More' button below.
To download a list of the Systems for Action presentations at the 2021 AcademyHealth Annual Research Program (ARM) in June, click...Read More...