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All In: Conversations on Health in Nashville
All In: Conversations on Health in Nashville

Is a person's zip code more important than their genetic code? Data suggests investing in social care could have a significant impact on healthcare.

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Assessing and Addressing Detriments to Health in Nashville
Assessing and Addressing Detriments to Health in Nashville

From safer sidewalks to anti-smoking campaigns, Nashville is finding innovative ways to address social detriments in Middle Tennessee.

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NashvilleHealth: Addressing the Gap Between Health and Healthcare
NashvilleHealth: Addressing the Gap Between Health and Healthcare

Although Nashville is the epicenter of the health services industry, the city's health rankings consistently lag behind peer cities. NashvilleHealth is taking steps to flip the script.

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NashvilleHealth: Addressing the Gap Between Health and Healthcare
NashvilleHealth: Addressing the Gap Between Health and Healthcare

Although Nashville is the epicenter of the health services industry, the city's health rankings consistently lag behind peer cities. NashvilleHealth is taking steps to flip the script.

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Public Health 3.0: Building Partnerships to Improve Population Health
Public Health 3.0: Building Partnerships to Improve Population Health

Public Health 3.0: It's time for an upgrade.

Last month, the Nashville Metro Public Health Department and NashvilleHealth co-hosted a daylong event dedicated to the social determinants of health that included U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Acting Assistant Secretary for Health Karen B. DeSalvo, MD, MPH, MSc.

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Public Health 3.0: Building Partnerships to Improve Population Health
Public Health 3.0: Building Partnerships to Improve Population Health

Public Health 3.0: It's time for an upgrade.

Last month, the Nashville Metro Public Health Department and NashvilleHealth co-hosted a daylong event dedicated to the social determinants of health that included U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Acting Assistant Secretary for Health Karen B. DeSalvo, MD, MPH, MSc.

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