AcademyHealth’s public and population health portfolio offers training, scholarships and resources for researchers, facilitates connections with policymakers, and stimulates discussions around the challenges and opportunities faced by the evolving public health system – from organization and financing to delivery and impact.
AcademyHealth manages the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Engaging Businesses for Health project, which awarded eight research studies in 2017 to build the evidence base for how private-sector investment can help build a Culture of Health—promoting greater well-being and health equity for all.
With support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, AcademyHealth led the Payment Reform for Population Health initiative to examine the opportunities through which the payment system can support population health.
Promoting Early and Lifelong Health: From the Challenge of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) to the Promise of Resilience and Achieving Child Wellbeing.
AcademyHealth manages this vibrant learning community and facilitates peer-to-peer learning and dialogue among senior clinical leaders of state Medicaid programs.