National Academy of Medicine

Building a Culture of Health Equity at the Federal Level

The United States spends significantly more resources on health care than any other nation. Despite this fact and the remarkable improvements in
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A Population Health Strategy for Diabetes: New Partners, New Opportunities

Diabetes challenges the nation’s health in many ways. As of 2012, one in 11 Americans was living with the disease, and two in five Americans w
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CDC’s 6|18 Initiative: Accelerating Evidence into Action

The long delay between the creation of new evidence for primary prevention by public health and widespread adoption into best practice by the health
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Key Principles to Accelerate Progress in Noncommunicable Disease Care and Treatment

Recognizing the need for greater attention worldwide to noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) such as cardiovascular disea
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Revisiting the Common Rule and Continuous Improvement in Health Care: A Learning Health System Perspective

Development of this paper was proposed during discussions of the NAM Clinical
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Using Data to Address Health Disparities and Drive Investment in Healthy Neighborhoods

In struggling high-poverty neighborhoods across the country, community development and medical pr
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The Private-Sector Role in Building Healthy Communities: A Collective Impact Approach

In 2010, Campbell Soup Company rolled out its 2020 destination goals for Corporate Responsibility. Br
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Applying Green Building Principles of Market Transformation to Promote Healthy Places

Improving population health at a national and global scale through equitable access to healthy pla
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A Perspective on Public–Private Collaboration in the Health Sector

In this paper, we will share our perspectives—shaped by our collective experiences in public health, private health delivery organizati
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