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Improving Access to Health Through Collaboration

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11/2012
Evaluation findings and lessons learned by the wide array of public and community-based organizations that participated in The Colorado Trust’s Partnerships for Health Initiative offer important lessons to help health care organizations better coordinate and align their services and systems and, in turn, to improve health outcomes.
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Economic Impacts of 2010 Foundation Grantmaking on the U.S. Economy

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11/2012
This report, sponsored by The Philanthropic Collaborative, assesses the economic impacts of 2010 Foundation Grantmaking on the domestic economy. The study was conducted by Steven Peterson, Clinical Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Idaho and Benjamin Fujii, Research Assistant, University of Idaho and completed in November 2012.
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Knight Arts Challenge: Miami

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10/2012
The Knight Arts Challenge seeks to recognize the best and most innovative ideas from local organizations and individuals in the arts and cultural sector of South Florida. The region’s sector is young compared to that of New York, Boston or Chicago.
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School-Based Health Centers: Keeping students healthy and ready to learn

School-based health centers (SBHC), like my office example above, make it much easier for students to get primary healthcare. SBHCs bring care to where the students are with the goal of removing barriers to healthcare access. They are particularly important in communities that lack primary care providers or have a large number of low income, uninsured or underinsured children or adolescents.
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School-based health centers in Greater Cincinnati: Improving student health to promote community well-being

Strong schools are the foundation of a healthy community, but sick or absent students cannot learn. Recognizing the fundamental connection between student health, academic achievement and stable communities, The Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati has spearheaded a public-private initiative to improve access to care for area students by funding school-based health centers.
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Striving Together Report Card

The Strive Partnership outcome indicators represent a snapshot of local education data from birth through college for the urban core of the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky region. Please use caution when attempting to make comparisons across the data. In some cases data is comparable, but the intent of reporting is to put the data out there, stimulate discussion and help us to identify additional data that is needed as well as support to affect the outcome.
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