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    Findings are now available from this survey, a joint project of the Kaiser Family Foundation and HRET. Learn more.

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    HRET highlights successful hospital-community partnerships from across the U.S. Learn more.

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    Housing and the Role of Hospitals is the latest guide in the social determinants of health series from the AHA, HRET and ACHI. Learn more.

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    HRET developed a playbook to help foster hospital-community partnerships. Learn more.

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    AHA and HRET Community Health Initiatives highlights work in community health. Learn more.

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    Take the Pledge to Act to Eliminate Health Care Disparities. Universal and rapid progress in ensuring that every patient receives the highest quality of care is essential to our efforts to meet the changing needs of our communities. Learn more.

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  • Hospital-Community Partnerships to Build a Culture of Health: A Compendium of Case Studies

    This compendium, a companion piece to “A Playbook for Fostering Hospital-Community Partnerships to Build a Culture of Health,” features nine case studies with effective strategies and programs developed by diverse hospitals and communities across the U.S. These hospital-community partnerships are addressing chronic disease management, health care access, violence, social determinants of health and other emerging health issues.

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  • Housing and the Role of Hospitals

    Part of a series of resources on addressing the social determinants of health, this guide describes how housing instability affects individuals’ health and well-being. The guide outlines innovative strategies and approaches and features the work of five U.S. hospitals and health systems that are successfully addressing housing instability in their communities.

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  • A Playbook for Fostering Hospital-Community Partnerships to Build a Culture of Health

    With support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, HRET has developed a playbook of effective methods, tools and strategies to create new partnerships and sustain successful existing ones. The playbook also incorporates lessons learned from HRET’s Learning in Collaborative Communities cohort, communities from across the U.S. with strong hospital-community partnerships.

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  • Call for Papers on Health Equity

    Health Services Research (HSR) and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ Office of Minority Health (CMS OMH) are partnering to publish a Theme Issue on Health Equity. While work from a variety of disciplines is encouraged, all papers must pertain to health equity and must report the results of original research. Abstracts of no more than 250 words are due November 1, 2017.

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  • 2017 Employer Health Benefits Survey

    Findings are now available from this survey, a joint project of the Kaiser Family Foundation and HRET. The 2017 survey, conducted between January and June, shows a 3 percent increase in average annual family premiums for employer-sponsored health insurance. This is the 20th annual survey from Kaiser and HRET.

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  • Webinar: Housing and the Role of Hospitals - September 21

    Join the AHA and HRET for a webinar on the latest resource in our social determinants of health series. This webinar spotlights the work of Children’s Mercy Kansas City and University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System to address housing instability in their communities.

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