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Retaining PLWHA in Care Webinar Slides

This webinar, facilitated by AIDS United, will teach you about a program’s success despite its rural location and a client population with diverse needs (alcohol/drug use, mental disorders, and HIV).

Scholarly Article: Comprehensive Case Management

Read the abstract to learn more about the intervention and consider how your prevention services can support the health of people living with multiple comorbid conditions.

TB and Diabetes in the Pacific

In this recorded talk from late October, 2014, Dr. Richard Brostrom (HI) discusses challenges and successes from Pacific Island Jurisdiction TB and diabetes providers.


Appreciative Inquiry: A Positive Approach to Change

Appreciative inquiry is a strengths-based approach to problem-solving. Read this article to understand its background, purpose, and application.


Crafting Appreciative Inquiry Based Questions

Appreciative inquiry is a strengths-based approach to problem solving. Click here to learn more about Appreciative Inquiry and how to create Appreciative-Inquiry based questions.

Open Course: Understanding Cost-Effectiveness Analysis

OpenCourseWare makes this university course available to students who want to learn how to read and interpret cost-effectiveness studies.

Healthcare Reform and Cost Effectiveness (2010)

This article shares examples of cost-effectiveness strategies and explains the rational behind the Affordable Care Act and its implications for healthcare providers.

Cost Effectiveness Analysis: An Introduction

Read this article to learn about cost-effectiveness analysis: why it is useful, what it is, its reliability, policy, and tasks.

Budget Templates and Fiscal Policies

Don’t reinvent the wheel. Click this link and download a collection of useful budget and strategy templates and guides from CompassPoint.

Unconventional Strategy Wisdom

Before your next strategy meeting, read this short Bridgespan interview with University of Toronto Business School Dean and Professor Roger Martin.