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How can we pay for a healthy population?

Earlier this year,  Prevention Institute (PI) hosted a webinar entitled “How Can We Pay for a Healthy Population?” with four presenters describing promising approaches for generating sustainable and consistent funding for community prevention. 461 more words

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Grant for Fresno asthma project paves way for Social Impact Bond

Social Finance, Inc. and Collective Health announced today that The California Endowment (TCE) has awarded them $660,000 in grant funding to launch a demonstration project to improve the health of low-income children with asthma and reduce the costs that result from emergency treatments. 62 more words

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Webinar recording: PI's "How Can We Pay for a Healthy Population?"

Prevention Institute’s “How Can We Pay for a Healthy Population” webinar recording and slides are now available here. The webinar covered four strategies to secure sustainable funding for community prevention efforts: 20 more words

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March 6 webinar and report: Paying for a healthier population

A new report and upcoming webinar hosted by Prevention Institute presents strategies to shift health care financing from treating illness to keeping people well.

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Health Impact Bonds: Will Investors Pay for Intervention?

“With a 20% countywide pediatric asthma rate, Fresno, California, is the first U.S. community to test a health care funding strategy that could both reduce treatment costs and provide a financial incentive to investors.” – coverage in… 30 more words

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News roundup: Health Impact Bonds

Recent coverage of Health Impact Bonds and Collective Health’s projects with Fresno and Whirlpool Corporation…

  • “An unusual experiment is underway in Fresno, Calif., that could usher in a new era in managing chronic illnesses and reducing related health care costs… Meanwhile, Collective Health is talking with other self-insured employers and health plans around the country about using the health impact bond model to benefit plan members and corral costs.” – 
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