UMass Memorial Health Care is investing in the community to improve public health

The biggest health organization in central Massachusetts – UMass Memorial Health Care – is going beyond its traditional role as a health care provider by embarking on an “anchor mission” to address the social determinants that lead to poor health. With annual revenue of $2.5 billion, the organization has set aside funds for local investments with the goal of improving the overall health of the region and, ultimately, reducing the need for medical care.

Read about what UMass Memorial and other health care organizations – Boston Medical Center, Promedica, among others – are doing to invest in the community and influence social issues impacting public health. See May 28, 2019 article in the Worcester Telegram and Gazette: UMass Memorial on ‘mission’ to improve social determinants of poor health