Health care systems must partner in effective community-based approaches in caring for populations, write three leaders from Providence.

Using evidence from more than four decades of place-based investments, the authors write that comprehensive, multi-dimensional community investment strategies can measurably advance human health and well-being.

Read more about the seven Standards of Excellence in Community Health Investments for consideration by health care systems and partners.

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