Over the past decade, cross-sector alignment efforts to improve health and well-being in communities have gained increasing momentum.
Since 2016, America’s Health Rankings has examined important differences in the health of those who have served in the U.S. military compared with those who have not. The Health of
THI conducted CHNAs for SDF for three counties in Central Texas and one qualitative report.
Environmental Scan of Evidence-Based Promising Practices & Strategies to Improve Vaccine Acceptance Among Racial and Ethnic Minority, Rural and other Underserved Groups
The purpose of this report is to synthesize recently published literature and highlight tangible recommendations regarding the core components needed to build a modern and more effective U.S. public health
The inaugural America’s Health Rankings Health Disparities Report, produced by the United Health Foundation, documents the breadth, depth and persistence of health disparities across the nation to provide objective data
Commissioned by the Nueces County Office of Emergency Management and the Nueces County Hospital District, Texas Health Institute and Accenture LLP led a first-of-its-kind initiative for the county to develop
The fourth update in America’s Health Rankings’ reports on the health of those who have served.
Findings from a community-based survey of the social determinants of health