Stakeholder Health is a voluntary, peer-led learning collaborative of almost 40 health systems with a general goal to contribute to the transformation of the systems accountable for the health of communities by helping those organizations to lead boldly and push the edge of innovation.
The shared learning is being developed out of a series of stakeholder convenings co-hosted by participating health systems and the Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships at the Dept. of Health and Human Services. The learning continues to result in a demonstrated body of “know how” and “know why” that should be welcomed into the regular disciplinary venues of health and healthcare organizations.
Click below to review documents—left, the full report and right, the executive summary— from April 2013 meeting in Washington, DC.