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Fostering Productive Dialogue on Health Reform Implementation

Catherine Hess of the National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP) reports on how foundations are supporting efforts to foster dialogue between states and stakeholders during implementation of health reform. Facts, not ideology, should ground discussions was among the lessons learned at a...

May 19, 2011

New Article: What Foundations Are Funding in Environmental Health

“Philanthropy at the Intersection of Health and the Environment,” by Karla Fortunato and Kathy Sessions of the Health and Environmental Funders Network (HEFN), was released earlier this month in the May issue of Health Affairs, a thematic issue on “environmental challenges for health.” The...

May 12, 2011

The Three Most-Read GrantWatch Blog Posts during April 2011

We list below the three most-read posts during the month. Take a look in case you missed one of these when the original tweet or e-alert went out. 1. “Foundation Blogs Round-up: Community Clinics, Health Reform, Health IT, & More,” by Lee-Lee Prina (March 31). First on the most-read list...

May 11, 2011

Southern Foundations Discuss PACE: Comprehensive Care to Help Elderly Age in Place

GrantWatch Blog asked Tina Markanda, a program officer at the Duke Endowment, to write about a recent webinar. The massive growth of the age sixty-five-plus population in the United States will bring new challenges and opportunities as that “silver tsunami” fast approaches. This topic—and...

May 6, 2011