Rapid-Cycle Research Findings from the Population Health Innovation Lab at the Public Health Institute
Accountable Communities of/for Health (ACHs) are a community-driven model that supports resource alignment and fosters systems change activities to create the conditions for whole-person health and wellness. This study used data gathered from ACHs in California and Washington to understand when and why aligning produces positive outcomes.
Proposed citation: Aligning Systems for Health. (2023). Rapid-cycle research findings from the Population Health Innovation Lab at the Public Health Institute. Georgia Health Policy Center. Retrieved from: https://ghpc.gsu.edu/download/rapid-cycle-research-findings-from-the-population-health-innovation-lab-at-the-public-health-institute/
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