Aligning US Spending Priorities Using the Health Impact Pyramid Lens


S4A investigators examine the need for improved systems alignment through the lens of Thomas Frieden’s “health impact pyramid, and catalog the types of misalignments and their social, political, and systems genesis. They also identify promising opportunities to realign US health spending toward the socioeconomic factor base of the health impact pyramid and emphasize the need to integrate and align public health, social services, and medical care in the United States.

Read the full article in the American Journal of Public Health's special supplement "Testing New Ways of Connecting the Nation's Fragmented Medical, Social, and Public Health Systems".

J. Mac McCullough, Jonathon P. Leider, Beth Resnick, David Bishai, “Aligning US Spending Priorities Using the Health Impact Pyramid Lens”, American Journal of Public Health 110, no. S2 (July 1, 2020): pp. S181-S185.



Electronic Article
American Journal of Public Health
J. Mac McCullough, Jonathon P. Leider, Beth Resnick, and David Bishai