How a health system responds to Climate Change through a Total Health Approach

I am getting the opportunity to represent Kaiser Permanente, the only health insurer with a strong position on climate, at this year’s CleanMed Europe conference, in Oxford England (@CleanMedEurope), and the accepted posters and case studies, from health systems around the world, have been posted. They are all excellent and inspiring. We are not alone. When we think of innovation in health care, innovating to support total health is a great place for health systems to think and act. We are not a leading industry in health, we should lead society in health.

Our poster is below. It was created by my colleague Cat Brozena (@CatBrozena). She did a great job putting a lot of areas of effort together. Comments welcome.

View Kaiser Permanente Cleanmed Europe Case Study 29281 on Flickr.com

Please check out the other posters and case studies, here (Cleanmed Europe 2013 – Case Studies)
and here (Cleanmed Europe 2013 – Posters).

Thanks also to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Pioneer Portfolio (@pioneeerrwjf) who are sending me to CleanMedEurope as a Pioneer Advisor.

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