Population Health Forum

Population Health Forum

The Population Health Forum (formerly known as the Integration Forum and the ASTHO-Supported Primary Care and Public Health Collaborative) is a partnership of organizations seeking to inform, align, and support the implementation of integrated efforts that improve population health and lower healthcare costs. The Forum serves as a platform for primary care, public health, and others to share ideas, learn about each other’s successes and challenges, and create closer connections.

 

 

    Integration Resources

    This clearinghouse of resources accumulated from presentations and partners in the forum includes meeting minutes, guides, toolkits, archived webinars, workshop summaries, issue briefs, and reports. Go to resources »

    Primary Care and Public Health Integration Success Stories

    Primary Care and Public Health Integration Success Stories

    This clickable map contains success stories and related resources of public health integration initiatives spanning a variety of public health topics like chronic disease, infectious disease, health systems transformation, workforce, quality improvement, maternal and child health, and more.

    Population Health Forum Newsletter

    The Forum produces a monthly newsletter that includes success stories, partner highlights, new partner resources, and other information that supports and promotes prevention and population health initiatives.

    Partners

    The Population Health Forum is comprised of various partners from different sectors of the health industry including representatives from public health at the state and local level, medical societies and associations, payers, and federal agencies. Learn more about our partners and their work »