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How Can Clinicians Catalyze Investments to Improve Community Health?


Keywords: Community-centered Care, Essential Needs

Clinicians often feel they don’t have the time or resources to take action to address the root causes of poor health in their communities. But the act of generating data on essential resource needs alone can support the case for health system investments in health-related challenges beyond the clinic walls. Clinicians have real opportunities to make a difference.

In their article for the American Medical Association’s Journal of Ethics, Robin Hacke and Alyia Gaskins explore the unique role clinicians can play in supporting partnerships that aim to improve community health.


Learn more in the Journal of Ethics

Tags: Community Partnerships, Harnessing Data, Leadership & Change Management, News/Opinion, Whitepaper/Research, Workforce & Authentic Relationships

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