Implementing Community Investment in Connection to Organizational Mission and 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 third episode of the series, Ray Prushnok, executive director of UPMC Center for Social Impact, and Rob Koenig, senior director of strategy and operations at Boston Medical Center, discuss their health systems’ participation in the Accelerating Investments for Healthy Communities initiative and the work with community partners to create and sustain community investment.

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

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