Supported by Sarasota County Parks and Rec, one mile fun runs for are a summer highlight for local kids. Participants receive a ribbon with every run and earn a free t-shirt after completing four runs.
Food Day :: October 24, 2011 at We will work with people around the country to create thousands of events in homes, schools, churches, farmers markets, city halls, and state capitals.
October 24, 2011 all day
"Food Day will be October 24—in 2011 and in years to come. Food Day seeks to bring together Americans from all walks of life—parents, teachers, and students; health professionals, community organizers, and local officials; chefs, school lunch providers, and eaters of all stripes—to push for healthy, affordable food produced in a sustainable, humane way. We will work with people around the country to create thousands of events in homes, schools, churches, farmers markets, city halls, and state…See More
Mobilizing Action Toward Community Health (MATCH) initiative is a collaboration between the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The initiative is a call to action to improve population health.
Accountable care organizations (ACOs) are central to health care delivery system redesign under health reform. This group will feature articles, reports, videos, and other sources of information regarding ACOs from a variety of perspectives.
Description of your work (what you do, what your organization/project does...)
I am the Director of the Community Health Improvement Partnership (CHIP) in Sarasota, FL. CHIP was started in 2002 to engage community members and key stakeholders in health planning and improvement efforts. We do this by supporting grassroots community health action teams (CHATs) in several parts of our county, by providing research and data tools to inform planning processes, and by convening regional healthcare partners and encouraging this group of leaders to use their collective influence to improve population health.
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