NJHI: Building a Culture of Health in New Jersey - Communities Moving to Action

The application deadline for NJHI: Building a Culture of Health in New Jersey—Communities Moving to Action has passed. Applications are currently. These grants will be awarded on July 1, 2015.

Population Management of High Risk/Vulnerable Patients

JFK Medical Center's Family Medicine Center, a Level III Patient-Centered Medical Home, is restructuring its workforce into a team-based model with the goal of reducing costs while providing patient-centered care that will help to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve quality of life for high risk/vulnerable patients.

Building Community Health Teams

Henry J. Austin Health Center, a Federally Qualified Health Center in Trenton, is working with the Trenton Health Team to enhance the responsibilities of the medical/health home team to introduce an integrated primary care model within the city of Trenton, folding mental health and substance abuse screening and treatment into the primary care equation.

NJ Veterans Enrolling the Uninsured in Health Coverage

The New Jersey Hospital Association is building a team of U.S. veterans to engage in a mission of helping the uninsured access health coverage under the Affordable Care Act.

NJHI at a Glance

A national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, New Jersey Health Initiatives is dedicated to supporting innovations and driving conversations to create healthier New Jersey communities.

NJHI's mission mirrors that of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in seeking to build a Culture of Health enabling all in our diverse society to lead healthier lives, now and for generations to come.

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