The deBeaumont Foundation, with Duke Family Medicine & Community Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, this week released a playbook to help multi-sector partners improve population health. The resource features more than 100 leading voices from public health, primary care, health systems, housing, transportation, business and the faith community, including a chapter by AHA Chief Medical Officer Jay Bhatt, D.O., and Senior Program Manager Andrew Jager on the role of hospitals and health systems. Paperback and ebook versions also are available for purchase; use code AMPROMD9 to receive a 30 percent discount. 

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