Meeting

Achieving Meaningful Population Health Outcomes: A Workshop on Spread and Scale


When: December 4, 2014 (8:00 AM Eastern)
Where: Silberman School of Social Work (Auditorium) • 2180 Third Avenue (at 119th Street), New York, NY 10035

Topics Children and Families, Education, Public Health
Activity: Roundtable on Population Health Improvement
Board: Board on Population Health and Public Health Practice

On December 4, 2014, the Roundtable on Population Health Improvement held its tenth workshop in New York City: Achieving Meaningful Population Health Outcomes: A Workshop on Spread and Scale. The workshop featured presentations and discussion about the spread, scale, and sustainability of strategies to improve population health in a variety of contexts. Drawing on the expertise of practitioners in health and non-health sectors, specific topics to be explored focused on the practical “how to” spread and scale, while considering both the barriers and successes to effectively impacting populations. The workshop focused on case studies of evidence-based initiatives in state, national, and international contexts as invited speakers shared their knowledge and experience in moderated discussions. The workshop considered how to spread and scale through a variety of programs, practices, policies, and ideas with a particular interest in learning how to evaluate the impact of different efforts on population health outcomes.

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