ReThink Health shows health transformation is possible and necessary in this month’s issue of Health Affairs
We envision an America in which all the sectors that affect health are led, designed, and financed in ways that foster healthy people and thriving communities.
ReThink Health is developing a national snapshot of innovative, multi-sector partnerships and their role in reshaping the rapidly evolving health landscape across the country.
Pueblo Triple Aim Corporation was awarded a three-year, $565,000 grant to improve the health of residents in Pueblo County, Colorado.
James Weinstein, head of Dartmouth Hitchcock Health, talks about what it will take to revolutionize health care and remove barriers to building a health system for the future.
We work with visionary leaders to transform health at the regional level â their neighborhoods, cities, counties, or states. We promote broad and systemic thinking that allows leaders to step outside their own frames of reference so they can better see how the various parts of the system interact in unexpected ways and determine how and where they can exert influence. Our hope is that by demonstrating regional success, we inspire transformation across the country.
Our multimedia Stewardship Guide helps leaders like you to be even more effective stewards of regional health transformation.
Our multimedia Financing Primer provides a concise introduction and orientation to the vast and rapidly changing arena of financing.
Our Pathway outlines the five phases communities need to progress through to transform health at a regional level, as well as how to avoid pitfalls along the way and leverage success.
Our Model helps leaders and teams test their own âwhat ifâ¦.?â scenarios and develop priorities and strategies for significant system change.
Practical ideas and tools for leaders exploring the edges of health system transformation.
NPR recently profiled a 20-year neighborhood revitalization story in the East Lake area of Atlanta that has managed to avoid the usual pitfall of gentrification.
Meet Laurie Stillman, our new Senior Project Leader. After 30 years working in the health system, she knows well how our priorities around health need to change
Data sharing is enormously beneficial to multi-sector partnerships, enabling more integrated, streamlined processes. But, it presents many complexities that partnerships need to overcome in order to reap the benefits.
Lots of folks ask about innovative financing mechanisms. Itâs a good question; I hope that we at ReThink Health might be able to develop one or two, perhaps working with some of you.
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Introducing ReThink Healthâs Strategy Portfolio Exercise, which has benefited some communities by prompting new ideas, shifting the tone of discussions, and involving a wider group in critical decisions.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Susan Dentzer highlights ReThink Health's recent report on multi-sector partnerships for health and offers examples of four groups working to improve health and transform health care in their communities.
Even before we saw the results from our biennial Pulse Check report, we knew that long-term, sustainable financing was one of the greatest challenges facing multi-sector partnerships. But the survey results confirmed it: financial planning is an enormous challenge for nearly all the respondents.
In today's "Finance Friday" blog post, the ReThink Health sustainable financing team shares a financing exercise that members of multi-sector partnerships can work through together to feel more empowered about sustainable financing.
What do we know about multi-sector partnerships? As it turns out, quite a lot.
The overall success of a partnership depends in large part on the context and environment surrounding it. Many other organizationsâincluding philanthropy, nonprofit organizations, federal and state government, business, and other alliesâform what we call in the report a âwider ecology of supportâ around multi-sector groups. The support that these organizations provide could be even more impactful if designed around where partnerships are in their development. What could they do?
A new report released by ReThink Health today provides a snapshot of 237 multi-sector partnerships across the country, and reveals distinct developmental phases that they experience as they work to redesign and reimagine their regional health systems.
Across the country, community leaders are working with allies from diverse sectors and institutions to transform their health ecosystems. The ReThink Health Ventures project will engage six ambitious multi-sector partnerships that are already well on their way, and help them go further, faster. Learn a little bit about the communities we are working with.
The new "ReThink Health Ventures" project offers a critical opportunity to delve into the real challenges facing our health system and to test real-world solutions with some of the most innovative multi-sector partnerships in the country.
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