08/27/2014 | Health Affairs
State marketplaces are expected to increase the number of enrollees this year, and adopting lessons from 2013-2014 can help. A more targeted approach is planned, along with a focus on less expensive tools such as direct mailing campaigns and walk-up enrollment centers, which proved successful last year.
08/26/2014 | Atlanta Business Chronicle
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation awarded a $1 million grant to the CDC Foundation for materials and assistance to bolster the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's response to the West African Ebola outbreak.Read more
08/22/2014 | Discover
This post about recycling or repurposing medicine to limit waste, conserve resources, and help people live healtheir lives is part of Exploring a Culture of Health, a citizen science series serving as an ally to help Americans work together to build a national Culture of Health.Read the Discover Post
08/21/2014 | WNPR
A recent poll from RWJF and the Harvard School of Public Health found that poverty leads to stress, affecting people’s ways of thinking and their overall health.Read the WNPR commentary
08/20/2014 | Healthcare Traveler
RWJF-supported MakerNurse is working to recognize ingenuity and spread the inventions of nurses across the profession through a new online community for idea sharing.Read the Healthcare Traveler story
08/18/2014 | Health Affairs Blog
Spokane (Wash.) educator Ben Small describes the dramatic turnaround in educational success after local leaders banded together to create "innovative approaches to educating children of all ages." Spokane County, where local leaders identified educational success as relevant to health, was one of this year's winners of the RWJF Culture of Health Prize.Read the Health Affairs blog
08/18/2014 | Inside Philanthropy
RWJF's shift to building a Culture of Health has brought about painful changes in Human Capital programming, but it also has heralded a change to investing in and nurturing a cohesive team of leaders who "get" the Foundation's new strategies.
08/07/2014 | The Washington Post
A report from RWJF shows significant challenges ahead for getting paper out of the health care system. The good news is, there has been phenominal progress toward the goal of having health records available online.
08/06/2014 | The Washington Post
An RWJF-funded study found that young people in a new treatment program at six sites around the country were more likely to be in school or working than adolescents who were not in the program.
08/06/2014 | Opportunity Nation
Through the RWJF Culture of Health Prize, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation honored six communities for their innovative, collaborative strategies to improve the health of their residents.Read the Opportunity Nation article
At RWJF, building a Culture of Health means working as an ally to make getting healthy and staying healthy a vital part of American culture. It means spotlighting places where the seeds of healthy actions are being planted and working alongside people across the country to turn small victories into a national movement.