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Building a Model for Collective, Scalable Action: The Anthem Social Determinants of Health Action Framework

2019-12-13T15:50:06+00:00December 12, 2019|SDOH|

By: Thomas G. Bognanno, President and CEO, Community Health Charities (CHC) Building a Model for Collective, Scalable Action: The Anthem Social Determinants of Health Action Framework - Studies have shown medical care—which receives so much focus in our society—only accounts for 10 to 20 percent of our health, while 80 to 90 percent of [...]

A Mom’s Realization About Social Determinants of Health

2020-01-23T10:50:19+00:00October 18, 2019|Blog, SDOH|

By: Romana Rolniak,Walmart Inc;  A Mom’s Realization About Social Determinants of Health You know those idyllic moms on Facebook and Instagram who seem to always have it together? You see pictures show up with their kids nicely dressed at all times, every hair perfectly in place with an immaculate house, perfectly decorated in the [...]

What Is Community Health and Why Is It Important?

2019-10-18T20:37:13+00:00October 15, 2019|SDOH|

By: Ashley Brooks, Article via Rasmussen College; The community you live in is part of who you are. Even if you don’t see your neighbors every day, you recognize that the decisions you make impact those around you. You’re all in it together, and you wouldn’t have it any other way! Read the full story. [...]

Community Health Charities Launches #Thanks8billion CFC Appreciation Campaign

2019-09-18T20:19:10+00:00September 18, 2019|Press Releases|

Community Health Charities Launches #Thanks8billion CFC Appreciation Campaign ALEXANDRIA, VA. (PRWEB) SEPTEMBER 18, 2019 This week, Community Health Charities launched a #Thanks8billion campaign to recognize military and federal personnel who have given so generously through the annual Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), raising more than $8 billion over more than 50 years. “Most of [...]

Leading health experts speak at the Future of Workforce and Community Health

2020-01-23T20:06:52+00:00March 1, 2019|SDOH|

Community Health Charities recently held an invitation-only event hosted by The Coca-Cola Company in Atlanta to discuss local workforce health and community resilience and initiate solutions-oriented conversations. Dr. Arti Aurora, Vice President of Scientific and Regulatory Affairs at The Coca-Cola Company, welcomed guests and spoke to the company’s focus on offering healthy beverage options.  “Ensuring we [...]