That was the title of last week’s conference, convened by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in collaboration with AcademyHealth, which brought together a broad range of experts to explore what it takes to create a Culture of Health. Held in Louisville, Kentucky, panelists and participants discussed the role that race, the environment, public policy, the health care establishment, and others play in creating health equity. Topics included the importance of cross-sector collaboration and partnerships, innovative research and new approaches, and what will it take to advance social cohesion and grow opportunity to achieve health equity in the current sociopolitical environment. Maggie Super Church was there, representing HNEF and CLF Ventures.
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