Making the Case for Prevention: Tales from the Field
The Alliance for Health Reform and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation co-sponsored this event featuring a panel of experts examining a range of prevention measures to improve the health of communities and the general population.
Panelists addressed the following questions: What types of prevention models are working for business and government? What impact on health have prevention programs had? Does the evidence prove that prevention can cut costs? What emphasis should be placed on community vs. clinical prevention? What improvements need to be made in public health infrastructure, workforce and training to improve prevention efforts?
For more information, please visit the Alliance for Health Reform’s event page.
The Alliance for Health Reform’s Ed Howard moderated the following panel of speakers:
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Alice Baker Borelli
Indiana State Department of Health
Q & A
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