How Executive Leaders Can Inspire and Lead Community Investment

Community Investment Series

Community investment, otherwise known as place-based investment, helps create the social and physical environments that support community health over the long term. In this first episode of the series, Doug Brown, CEO of UMass Memorial Community Hospitals and chief administrative officer of UMass Memorial Health, and Lillian Montoya, president and CEO of CHRISTUS St. Vincent Health, discuss how the health systems are investing in their communities to address affordable housing, food insecurity and other priority needs to improve the health of individuals and communities and create sustainable change.

Watch the accompanying video, part of the Community Investment Conversations series.

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