Pulse Check Surveys
Regional multisector partnerships for health are one of the major means by which stewards across the United States come together to transform the system that produces health and well-being.
So it’s important to know:
- What is the nature of the work stewards do in these partnerships?
- How does stewards’ multisector partnership work develop over time? How do they advance their work?
- What barriers to advancement do they face?
- How do stewards finance their multisector partnership work?
ReThink Health took on these questions in our 2016 Pulse Check Survey. Before that, in 2014, we took on the first question (after confirming that stewards were indeed creating partnerships of this nature). In 2020, we’ll conduct a third survey (check back here, or subscribe to our eblasts, for details). Since stewards’ work is emergent, we do our best to get some longitudinal data while allowing space to begin capturing how the work evolves.
ReThinkers’ Blog Posts Highlighting 2016 Pulse Check Results
Seeking Insights from Partnerships that Advance Health
In this cross post from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Culture of Health Blog, RWJF Program Officer Emmy Ganos highlights some regional cross-sector collaborations from across the country that are maki...
New ReThink Health Report Takes the Pulse of Multisector Partnerships Across the Country
Learn the basics of the three major phases of multisector partnership development we identified from the results of our Pulse Check survey, and what characterizes each phase.