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Although they were serving the same communities, Philadelphia’s nonprofit hospitals weren’t coordinating with each other. A yearslong process aimed to change that. How did the hospitals eventually come together and what lessons can be drawn to inform hospital collaborations elsewhere?
Confused by the acronyms and initials dotting your reading material? All fields have them, and housing is no exception. Here’s what many of the most common mean.
Old Brooklyn Community Development Corporation in Cleveland finds that being an early adopter of a community health focus has its advantages.
Even if you have not tuned out of the long-running debate about the future of health care in the United States, you can be...
About 80 percent of a person’s health status can be attributed to non-medical factors such as housing and income.
Though it seems the connection between health and community development is on everyone’s lips these days, the two sectors are really still at the beginning stages of learning how to work together.
There isn’t an exact science to forming partnerships. The slow and sometimes messy process requires patience, allies, and trust.
Why would there be a need for a marketplace that values health? The answer is simple: our current “investments” in health are not working.