Community Health Centers and Community Development Financial Institutions
Community health centers and community development financial institutions share similar origins and missions and are increasingly working together to meet community needs. Addressing the social and economic determinants of health is a common focus.
The availability of new federal grants and tax credits has led these financial institutions to invest in the creation and expansion of community health centers. This article reviews the most recent trends in these two sectors and explores opportunities for further collaboration to transform the health and well-being of the nation’s low-income communities.
- 1. How the Health and Community Development Sectors are Combining Forces to Improve Health and Well-Being
- 2. Building the Scaffold to Improve Health Care to Advance Americans' Health
- 3. Partnerships Among Community Development, Public Health, and Health Care Could Improve the Well-Being of Low-Income People
- 4. Despite Obstacles, Considerable Potential Exists for More Robust Federal Policy on Community Development and Health
- 5. Bringing Researchers and Community Developers Together to Revitalize a Public Housing Project and Improve Health
- 6. Community Health Centers and Community Development Financial Institutions
- 7. Training New Community Health, Food Service, and Environmental Protection Workers Could Boost Health, Jobs, and Growth
- 8. The PROMETHEUS Bundled Payment Experiment
- 9. Mayo Clinic Employees Responded to New Requirements for Cost Sharing by Reducing PossiblyUnneeded Health Services Use
- 10. Gaps in Residency Training Should be Addressed to Better Prepare Doctors for a Twenty-First-Century Delivery System
- 11. How the National Prevention Council Can Overcome Key Challenges and Improve Americans' Health
- 12. Evolving Brand-Name and Generic Drug Competition May Warrant a Revisionof the Hatch-Waxman Act
- 13. Strengthening Children's Oral Health