In The Media
Featuring media related Nemours Children’s Exploring the Roles & Functions of Health Systems within Population Health Integrator Networks initiative
Advancing Health podcast from the American Hospital Association
The “Strategies for Building Powerful Community Partnerships” episode of the Advancing Health podcast features insights and tools to strengthen cross-sector community partnerships to improve population health, from Nemours Children’s Exploring the Roles & Functions of Health Systems within Population Health Integrator Networks initiative.
Integrating for Population Health
In this video, Larry Moss, MD (President & CEO of Nemours Children’s Health) describes the link between Nemours Children’s commitment to creating the healthiest generations of children nation-wide, and its leadership in exploring how effective population health networks function. For more information on the work described in the video, please visit Moving Health Care Upstream, a Nemours-affiliated website: https://bit.ly/2QkYVHi.
Champions for Children Podcast
The Integrator Learning Lab began as a concept paper in 2012, and is now a fully realized, evidence-based set of nine scalable integrator networks aimed at improving health outcomes within communities through cooperative effort. Learn how Nemours leaders helped bring this national project from concept to reality.
To bring this concept to your community, check out the Integrator Learning Lab tool kit.
Striving for Health Equity by Uniting Community Resources
As much as children’s hospitals and health systems work to improve population health outcomes in their communities, significant factors determining children’s health occur outside their control. Addressing these concerns sits at the heart of Nemours Children’s Health’s Integrator Learning Lab.
Read the article here: Striving for Health Equity by Uniting Community Resources (childrenshospitals.org)
This November 2021 article from HealthLeaders shares lessons from the Integrator Learning Lab and Nemours’ related work on population health integrators.