100 Million Healthier Lives Leadership Calls
Join the upcoming quarterly Leadership Call, an opportunity to come together to explore what’s happening with leaders across the 100 Million Healthier Lives shared community, Thursday, August 8th, 2019 from 11:00AM ET – 12:30 PM ET via Zoom. A direct Zoom link will be added closer to the call date!
100 Million Healthier Lives Momentum Calls
Join the next monthly Momentum Call on Thursday July 11th from 3-4 pm ET via webinar on Zoom. The theme of this months call is “Storytelling for the Movement!”
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100 Million Healthier Lives
We hope to see you at this year’s Fall Gathering taking place on November 2-3, 2019 in Philadelphia, PA! This event will be offered as a pre-session at the American Public Health Association’s (APHA’s) Annual Meeting &
Expo: “Creating the Healthiest Nation: For science. For action. For health.”
Nemours Children’s Health System releases Policy Leadership for Health Care Transformation: Formalizing our Commitment to Communities
Nemours Children’s Health System (on behalf of the Moving Health Care Upstream initiative) and the Public Health Institute (on behalf of the Alignment of Governance and Leadership in Healthcare initiative) are excited to announce the release of Policy Leadership for Health Care Transformation: Formalizing our Commitment to Communities. The executive summary and full paper are available on Moving Health Care Upstream’s website. Through this project, Nemours and PHI engaged 18 hospital and health systems seen as leaders in the upstream movement, specific to health care & community partnership that address social determinants of health. Examples from these leaders were synthesized into an organizing framework consisting of two major categories, or Foundational Pillars: internally-focused Institutional Policy Strategies and externally-focused Civic Engagement Strategies, each with sub-categories. The framework (which is fleshed out with detailed examples as well as sample documents shared by participating hospitals and health systems) is designed to serve as an actionable roadmap for hospitals and health systems in earlier stages of their own upstream journeys. Please contact [email protected] for questions or more information.
Live Algoma Wins 2017 RWJF Culture of Health Award
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation published in an article the winner of the 2017 RWJF Culture of Health Award. Live Healthy, Live Well, ‘Live Algoma’ is the alliterative title of the article discussing the huge success of Algoma, Wisconsin with a population of 3,126. From teenagers leading strength training for older members of the population to community nurses offering exercise and nutrition information to diabetic residents, Live Algoma has found ways to improve all aspects of its community. Meanwhile, they are empowering agents of change, individuals assuming a leading role in improving the health and wellbeing of their community. Click here to read the article.
RWJF Creates New Research Funding Opportunities in Health Equity
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation‘s signature research program Systems for Action is dedicated to testing new methods for bridging gaps in the nation’s medical, social and public health systems. Systems for Action is offering up to six awards of $250,000 each for research on how to better align and coordinate medical, social, and public health services to support population health. All proposals should include a focus on health equity, by examining how better aligning systems can ensure everyone has the opportunity to achieve their full health potential. The application deadline to submit a research proposal is October 10, 2018. To learn more about Systems for Action or to submit a research proposal, click here.
Call to Action to Protect People’s Health from Climate Change
On September 12, 2018, more than 17,000 hospitals in over 120 countries committed to a Call to Action on Climate and Health as a part of the Global Climate and Health Forum at the University of California, San Francisco. This pledge is aimed at accelerating stronger advocacy and taking meaningful action in addressing climate change and it’s effects on health. The Call to Action is endorsed by over 50 organizations from across the globe and outlines 10 priority actions that will significantly protect lives and improve people’s health i the era of climate change. Read more from the Public Health Institute by viewing the full article here.
In November 2018, the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) released a white paper titled “IHI Psychology of Change Framework to Advance and Sustain Improvement”. This white paper is a guide for all leaders interested in understanding the underlying psychology of change and leveraging its power to impact quality improvement efforts: to achieve breakthrough results, sustainably, at scale. It presents a framework and set of methods for the psychology of change — five interrelated domains of practice that organizations can use to advance and sustain improvement.
100 Million Healthier Lives operates from a model of shared and distributed leadership across organizations. Learn more about our network of individual leaders and organizational partners below.
- Leadership Team – click here to see a full listing
- Strategic Advisors – click here to see a full listing
- Hub Leaders – click here to see a full listing
- Implementation Team – click here to see a full listing
If you woud like to engage with any of our leaders and partners, join the 100MLives Community.
100 Million Healthier Lives includes partners across sectors and levels. Click on any category to learn more and see a list of organizational members. Visit our map of the movement to see where work is happening.
PARTNERS: Organizations in the following areas have committed to play a leadership role in 100 Million Healthier Lives.
- Convener: the Institute for Healthcare Improvement
- Community: Organizations, Coalitions + Collaborations
- Education, Training and Research
- Funders + Payers
- Government Collaborators
- Health care + Public Health: Systems, Nonprofits + Organizations
Map of the Movement
Visit our interactive map to learn where activity is happening in 100 Million Healthier Lives, including in a variety of community initiatives such as SCALE, Pathway to Pacesetter, and MyVA Communities; by individual change agents; and in hot spots of activity related to specific topics and hubs.
Want to be added to Map of the Movement or edit your information on the map? Click on the buttons below!
Structure and Support System
To realize 100 Million Healthier Lives we need to work together across boundaries. We have adopted a nimble but inclusive distributed leadership model across organizations thru topical hubs and geographic hubs:
- Topical Hubs: Reflect strategic priorities and include organizations with similar areas of interest (i.e., child health, mental health, health system transformation).
- Geographic Hubs: Organizations or coalitions who can play a convening and support role in their region.
Click here for more information about the core trellis support and hub structure of 100 Million Healthier Lives.
- Aging Well
- Behavioral Health and Wellness
- Child Health
- Communities of Spirit
- Engage Students and Youth as Transformative Leaders/Student Hub
- Help Veterans Thrive/Veterans Hub
- Equity and Social Determinants of Health
- Health Systems Transformation
- Healthy Living/Chronic Disease
- Metrics Development Hub
- Metrics Implementation Hub
- Students and Workforce
To learn more about shared priorities across the movement that links to the leadership groups within these topic areas, click here.
Geographic hubs organize people and organizations across sectors in a community or region to work together on improving health. To find a community or hub near you, click here.
- Jonkoping County, Sweden
- North Carolina, United States
- Ontario, Canada — Local Health Integration Network
- South Carolina, United States
For more information on becoming or joining a geographic hub, please email [email protected].