Our leadership teams research, strategize and present case studies that highlight how we can transform children’s health care.
Learn more about our research and strategies.
Transitioning models of care
Rather than using old pay-for-sickness models of care, we’re transitioning to pay-for-health approaches. To do so, we must shift from a reactionary stance to a proactive one — aiming to prevent children from having health problems altogether.
Find out more about addressing social drivers through pediatric value-based care models [PDF].
Adapting business models
As a country, we spend millions on health care — but we’re not always seeing the return on that investment. In fact, only about 15% of a child’s overall health can be attributed to what happens in a medical setting.
Find out more about adapting business models to address social determinants of health [PDF].
Investing in children to transform the economy
When we invest in the health and well-being of children, we yield massive returns. Improving children’s health doesn’t just impact the here and now, it builds a generation of healthy adults who grow and transform the economy.
Learn more about how children can transform the economy and health care [PDF].
Addressing racial health disparities
Racial health disparities have always represented an important social determinant of health — for children and adults. During the COVID-19 pandemic, those gaps only widened. Children’s hospitals hold the key to removing disparities for the health and well-being of all children.
Read more about America Without Limits [PDF].