Cambia Health Foundation Awards Over $2 Million to 14 Northwest Nonprofits to Transform Health Care

GlobeNewswire | December 19, 2018

Cambia Health Foundation Awards Over $2 Million to 14 Northwest Nonprofits to Transform Health Care
Cambia Health Foundation is committed to a person-centered, affordable health care system for everyone. We are excited to announce new investments with 14 innovative organizations who share in the foundation’s vision and commitment to transform the way people experience health care. More specifically, these grants focus on delivering game-changing solutions that address social determinants of health, enhance patient engagement, develop seamless integrated care in both urban and rural communities, support the achievement of health equity, and mitigate the impact of childhood trauma. Together, they tip the scales toward more positive health behaviors and better outcomes. "Cambia Health Foundation is excited to be a part of this transformative work," said Peggy Maguire, President of Cambia Health Foundation. “We are committed to change that results in a more person-focused, economically sustainable and inclusive health care system.

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