Measuring Multi-Sector Contributions to Public Health Services and their Impact on Population Health


The delivery and financing systems for medical care, public health, and social and community services are powerful determinants of health and wellbeing for families and communities across the U.S.  Unfortunately, these systems interact in complex and often poorly understood ways through fragmented funding streams, organizational relationships, information flows, and governance and decision-making structures. This session will feature new studies underway through the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Systems for Action (S4A) Research Program to test multi-sector strategies for integrating delivery and financing systems to improve population health.
Featured speakers from the S4A Collaborating Research Centers:
Nir Minachemi, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Improving Population and Clinical Health with Integrated Services and Advanced Analytics