Nationwide and Regional Networks

ReThink Health works with nationwide and regional networks and organizations that share (or are interested in learning about) The Rippel Foundation’s vision of a cohesive system of health that focuses on health and well-being, not just health care; a system that is thriving, equitable, and sustainable. Our purpose is to collaborate with national and regional stewards to design and execute the strategies they need to guide transformative change and produce better health and well-being for all.

Here is a list of past and present collaborators.

Nationwide Networks

100 Million Healthier Lives

National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics 

Measurement Framework for Well-Being and Equity

American Heart Association

Mission Assessment Task Force

Goal-Setting Task Force

Presidential Advisory Writing Group

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Quality Innovation Network

Collaborative on Accountable Communities for Health (ACH) for Children and Families

Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and Urban Institute

Driving System Change Forward: Exploring the Future of Multisite, Multisector Initiatives

Funders Forum on Accountable Health

Georgia Health Policy Center

Local Wellness Funds Advisory Council

Bridging for Health

Grantmakers in Health

Health Affairs

Advisory Panel for Special Issues on a Culture of Health

Healthy People 2030

Framework Design and Definitions

Technical Expert Panel on Foundation Health Measures

Institute for People, Place, and Possibility

Institute of Medicine and National Academy of Engineering (now NASEM)

Systems Approaches to Health

Kaiser Permanente

National Evaluation Advisory Committee for the Community Health Initiative 

Predictive Modeling Advisory Group

Kresge Foundation

Emerging Leaders in Public Health

MIT Sloan Initiative for Health Systems Innovation

Moving Healthcare Upstream

NASEM Roundtable on Population Health Improvement

National Academy of Medicine

Committee on Leading Health Indicators for Healthy People 2030

Invited Remarks

National Academy of Medicine and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Advisory Committee on Assessing Meaningful Community Engagement

National Alliance to Impact the Social Determinants of Health

National Catalysts for Regional Health and Well-being

A network convened by ReThink Health, with a current focus on participants working with Tiffany Manuel, President and CEO of The Case Made to determine how to frame their work in ways that make the case for a systemic approach to bringing about health and well-being for all.

National Institutes for Health

Best Practices for Systems Science Research (forthcoming report)


Exploring the Integrative Functions of Health Care Organizations within Cross-Sector Networks for Population Health

Office of the Surgeon General

Community Health and Economic Prosperity (forthcoming report)

Presidential Council of Advisors on Science and Technology

Systems Engineering for Healthcare

Social Impact Exchange

Wellbeing in the Nation Network

Well Being Legacy: Transforming Conditions for Intergenerational Health and Well-Being    



Regional Networks

5 Healthy Towns Foundation (Michigan)

Atlanta Regional Collaborative for Health Improvement

Be There San Diego

Bernalillo County Community Health Council

CACHI: California Accountable Communities for Health Initiative

Central Oregon Health Council

Civic Commons & We Belong Here (King County, Washington)

Common Ground Health (Finger Lakes, New York)

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center

Gen-H Cincinnati

Healthy Columbia (South Carolina)

Healthy Monadnock (New Hampshire)

Healthier Here (King County)

Imagine Fox Cities (Wisconsin)

Methodist Health Ministries (Texas)

Minnesota Department of Health 

Palm Health Foundation (Palm Beach County, Florida)

Pueblo Triple Aim Corporation

Sonoma Health Action

The California Endowment

Health System for the 21st Century

THRIVE: Transforming Health Regionally in a Vibrant Economy

Trenton Health Team

Upper Connecticut River Valley