The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's work to build a Culture of Health engages a wide array of issues and fields. Below is a sampling of topical areas where we are investing and collaborating with others to make America a healthier nation.
In communities across the nation, leaders in government, business, education, housing and other fields are coming together to advance changes to help people live longer, healthier lives.
We support promising strategies that foster healthy relationships and communities, and pair them with research that builds the evidence to effectively reduce violence.
Health Insurance Enrollment
As millions of Americans seek to acquire health insurance, we share resources to explain the insurance marketplaces, and to assist families, small businesses and those working to help others enroll.
Early Childhood Development
Children’s brains and bodies are developing rapidly from birth through when they enter school. New insights into the power of early childhood experiences are leading to new ways to put children on a path to good health.
Nurses and Nursing
Nurses are critical to our health system's capacity and ability to provide quality patient care. Learn why it's so important that we address the projected nursing shortage, and invest in programs to expand nurses' leadership and skills.
Health Care Costs
Increases in our health care spending have far outpaced increases in Americans' income. We explore some key factors that are driving up health care costs, and different strategies that may hold particular promise for turning things around.
The current method of paying for health care is broken. RWJF is testing and learning from new payment innovation models with the goal of managing costs and increasing quality.