Stakeholder Health: Improving Health Systems in (and out of) Faith-Based Settings


This new book, edited by Teresa F. Cutts and James Cochrane, offers a rich and detailed review of some “best practices” in the areas of community health improvement, as well as clinical and community partnerships. The chapters range from a crisp review of the social determinants or drivers of health to leadership for new partnerships between health systems and communities, relational information technology, community health navigation, financial aspects of partnering with community in a new “social return on investment” model, leadership, implementing resiliency models integrated across hospitals and the broader community. View book on

Stakeholder Health is a learning collaboration of over 50 health systems and other partners. Learn more about Stakeholder Health.

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