National Academy of Medicine

Violence Prevention: Moving from Evidence to Implementation

According to data from the Bureau of Justice Statistics, an estimated 3.8 million nonfatal, violent victimizations occurred i
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Economic Policy: An Important (But Overlooked) Piece of “Health in All Policies”

In this discussion paper, Elizabeth Rigby identifies an important gap in efforts to consider the health effe
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Health in All Policies: Improving Health Through Intersectoral Collaboration

In their discussion paper, Linda Rudolph and colleagues define the health in all policies concept, explain t
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Opportunity Knocks: Population Health in State Innovation Models

In this discussion paper, the authors describe an emerging opportunity for reorienting the way we pay for health in the
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The Business Role in Improving Health: Beyond Social Responsibility

Although there is growing understanding that fundamental population health improvement will require multisectoral par
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A Bold Proposal for Advancing Population Health

In his discussion paper, Stephen Shortell identifies a key requirement to move us from being a culture of sickness and care to being a c
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Integrating Health Literacy with Health Care Performance Measurement

Health literacy is the degree to which individuals have the capacity to obtain, process, and understand basic healt
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Bringing a Systems Approach to Health

This Discussion Paper, “Bringing a Systems Approach to Health,” illustrates instances in which systems-based interventions have promot
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Let’s Ask 4: Questions for Consumers and Providers About Health Insurance

Good health is important for our work, our play, and our everyday lives. There are many things we can do to main
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Amplifying the Voice of the Underserved in the Implementation of the Affordable Care Act

In April 2013, in collaboration with the Connecticut Health Foundation, the Institute of Medici
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