On June 7th Renaissance Heights Foundation (RHF), Cook Children’s Hospital and Purpose Built Communities offered a closer look into our community development work and partnerships to all Children’s Hospital Association members and their partners. Kenny Mosley introduced the case study written by Build Health Places Network, which highlights leveraging health care partnerships to address housing disparities. Evan Smith described the Purpose Built holistic model that has transformed communities across the country. Veronica Tolley explained how health care systems can have an impactful role in addressing social determinants of health, specifically housing.
Purpose Built Communities
Kenny Mosley, MBA
Renaissance Heights Foundation
Veronica Tolley, M.H.A.
Assistant Vice President, Primary & Specialty Services
Cook Children’s Physician Network
Learn more or View On Demand: https://www.childrenshospitals.org/education/events/community-development-in-practice