Hospital-based Strategies for Creating a Culture of Health

Hospital-based Strategies for Creating a Culture of Health – October 2014

Hospital-based Strategies for Creating a Culture of Health provides background on the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's vision to build a Culture of Health and discusses how hospitals are contributing to community health improvement.

The guide reports the findings of HRET's review of 300 community health needs assessments, provides strategic considerations for hospital engagement in community health improvement and offers a model of the hospital's role in building a culture of health.

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