Seeding Innovations in Health

Health Transformation is Possible and Necessary

In the August issue of Health Affairs, ReThink Health demonstrates that select, combined investments in both clinical and population-level initiatives, along with sustainable long-term financing strategies, have the potential to dramatically reduce costs, improve health, boost productivity, and increase health equity over the next 25 years. Using our ReThink Health Dynamics Model, which simulates a regional … Continue reading Health Transformation is Possible and Necessary

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Impact and the Role of Philanthropy

What is the role and responsibility of philanthropy? Rippel's first president insisted that foundations must take well-conceived risks, and not to replicate what government or the private sector might do.

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What We Discovered at “The Frontiers” about Financing and Leading Improvements in Health

Laura Landy, Rippel Foundation president & CEO, recently authored a blog post in Health Affairs on what ReThink Health discovered about financing and leading improvements in health from a Robert Wood Johnson and Rippel Foundation funded project.

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