The NAM’s programs foster innovation, inspire action around shared priorities, and enrich the careers of outstanding professionals.
The Culture of Health program supports studies and other activities to advance a health-promoting culture.
The Case Challenge aims to promote interdisciplinary, problem-based learning around a public health issue that faces the local Washington, DC, community.
The Emerging Leaders Forum facilitates NAM’s engagement with exception early- and mid-career health and medicine professionals.
The NAM administers four national health policy fellowship and scholarship programs.
i2I champions innovative ideas and cultivates pathways to action to increase the NAM’s impact on the future of health and health care. i2I leverages the NAM’s longstanding role as a neutral convener to build productive networks, facilitate cross-sector collaboration, and assemble resources around emerging needs and existing priorities.
The Consortium is a network of senior leaders and innovators whose organizations are dedicated to progress toward a continuously learning health system.
The NAM hosts an annual discussion series to bring greater attention to critical health policy issues facing our country today.
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