Health Innovations in health care policies and programs
South Africa’s Unjani Non Profit Corporation is boosting community health by helping nurses launch their own clinics.
When monitoring and evaluation are in an organization’s DNA, as they are at SNEHA, it’s much easier to create partnerships with government agencies and NGOs.
How the next administration can improve global security and advance American interests by strengthening its support for social innovation in global health and development.
In Japan, minimart chains such as 7-Eleven and Lawson play a major role in providing services for a burgeoning elderly population.
How can making a city more walkable improve early childhood development?
Ideas to help address the challenges of providing better care to low-income elders.
How an emergent funding strategy gave rise to a rapid-learning health system and ultimately became part of a national moonshot to eliminate cancer.
Care that links physical and mental health has proven to be economically and medically beneficial, but hard to implement sustainably. We can surmount these common roadblocks by emphasizing community collaboration and self-reliance.
Our understanding of community can help funders and evaluators identify, understand, and strengthen the communities they work with.
Several social enterprises are attempting to provide eyeglasses to the 500 million to 1 billion poor people who need them. Why haven’t any of the organizations succeeded on a large scale?
A doctor describes his groundbreaking, transdisciplinary effort to design more cost-effective care models for conditions that drive a large proportion of US health spending.
Large health care systems are beginning to invest core operating dollars in connecting their patients to community resources, in service of the ultimate solution to better costs and outcomes: keeping patients healthy.