Health Doesn’t Happen Without Help

We don’t know everything, but we know enough to find the best new and established partners to accelerate the process of health cultivation in our communities — at scale. Shifting to health-as-an-asset thinking brings all sorts of interested parties to the table. A health-tech start up launching a breakthrough approach to diabetes management or a mainline oral health multinational interested in learning to take community outreach efforts to scale in a new setting. Or philanthropies like the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, ReThink Health, the Georgia Health Policy Center and others eager to support local efforts with a high potential to return improved outcomes for young children, local leadership teams, community engagement efforts. At the same time we’re surveying the investor community for opportunities to bring interested parties to the health-as-an-asset table. If you’d like to know more, let us know.