Data and Information Systems for Bridging Health and Health Care
To enhance relationships, explore capacities and gaps, develop opportunities and technologies, and disseminate promising practices to connect data and information systems that support cross-sectoral ties and enable health improvement.
Internally managed by RWJF staff
- $200,000.00 awarded to New York Academy of Medicine - Examining multisectoral determinants of child health in Los Angeles and Philadelphia to define strategies to reduce infant mortality
- $969,966.00 awarded to Illinois Public Health Institute - Providing technical assistance and direction for the RWJF Data and Information Systems for Bridging Health and Health Care initiative
- $154,787.00 awarded to UPMC Center for Health Security, Inc. - Analyzing the impact of the Affordable Care Act on surveillance of critical diseases and examining ways to enhance detection and control activities