Building a Culture of Health for America

Inside our Plan

for Building a Culture of Health

Building a Culture of Health

Through Insights

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How Reparations Could Improve Black Health and Wellbeing

A leading public health expert describes how reparations can close the life expectancy gap for Black people in America.


A Policy Agenda for a Healthier, More Equitable New Jersey

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Coverage Gains if 10 States Were to Expand Medicaid Eligibility

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Measuring Our Progress

Continually collecting data from research and community engagement helps us understand the impact of our efforts in building a Culture of Health.

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We Inform Policies

We develop evidence to inform some of the most complex health and policy issues facing our nation today—addressing the conditions and long-standing structures that lead to poor health outcomes and transforming policies that expand access and opportunity.

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A Healthier, More Equitable New Jersey

To honor the legacy started by our founder, Robert Wood Johnson II, we at RWJF remain committed to improving health and advancing health equity for all in New Jersey and beyond.