New White Paper: “Aggregated Precision Investment: Strengths, Weaknesses, and Potential Paths Forward”

In “Aggregated Precision Investment: Strengths, Weaknesses, and Potential Paths Forward,” Rebecca NielsenBrooke Zollinger, and Sarah Johnson from Leavitt Partners explore the feasibility of operationalizing an aggregated precision investment (API) model for social determinants of health (SDOH) interventions. The authors derive their findings from subject matter expert interviews, conversations with potential aggregators, and relevant secondary research. This article enumerates the perceived strengths and weaknesses of the API model, examines the capabilities of the aggregator, and outlines potential paths for operationalizing the model. The API model was first introduced in a Health Affairs Forefront article published in June 2021 called, “Social Determinants of Health: Aggregated Precision Investment” by Rebecca Nielsen, David Muhlestein, and Michael O. Leavitt. To learn more about Episcopal Health Foundation’s interest in supporting SDOH financing models, such as the API model, please see their corresponding publication, “A Funders Perspective on Aggregation Precision Investment: EHF’s Interest in Support SDOH Financing Models.”

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