The Center to Advance Community Health & Equity (CACHE) is housed
at the Public Health Institute and has expertise to help
nonprofit hospitals, health systems, and other stakeholders
translate data into better community investments. CACHE helps
users interpret data from Community Benefit Insight, and couple
it with existing tools and resources for strategic community
HC2 Strategies, Inc. is a strategy consulting company that works
with health systems and hospitals, physician groups, communities
and other non-profit organizations across the country to connect
the medical and social aspects necessary to improve community
health and reduce health disparities.
HealthBegins is a social enterprise, mission-driven consulting
firm specialized in helping clinical and community partners move
upstream with strategic consulting, expert coaching and
facilitation, technical assistance and tools, and educational and
quality improvement programs.
The Hospital Association of Southern California (HASC), founded in 1923, is a not-for-profit 501(c)(6) regional trade association. HASC is dedicated to effectively advancing the interests of hospitals in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Santa Barbara, and Ventura counties. HASC is comprised of 184-member hospitals and 40 health systems, plus numerous related professional associations and associate members, all with a common goal: to improve the operating environment for hospitals and the health status of the communities they serve.
The Public Health Alliance of Southern California (Alliance), is
a coalition of executive leadership from 8 local health
departments in Southern California. Collectively, Alliance
members have statutory responsibility for the health of nearly
50% of the state’s population. The Alliance’s vision is vibrant
and activated communities achieving health, justice, and
opportunities for all. The Alliance mobilizes the transformative
power of local public health for enduring health equity.
Public Health Institute (PHI) is one of the largest public health
institutes in the United States and home to a broad range of
established projects, emerging initiatives and diverse leaders.
PHI brings together experts to develop new, collaborative
approaches that address our greatest public health challenges
around the globe.