How Trinity Health and Its Trustees Prioritize and Implement Strategy

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 the fourth episode of the series, Kevin Barnett, board of trustees member at Trinity Health, discusses the health system’s and board’s involvement in community investment, including directing and championing this work and helping to develop measures and metrics to track progress.

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

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