In seeking clarity amidst chaos, the AMA is attacking the dysfunction in health care. We are achieving this by removing the obstacles and burdens that interfere with patient care; reimagining medical education, training and lifelong learning for the digital age to help physicians adapt and grow at every stage of their careers; and improving the health of the nation by confronting the increasing chronic disease burden.
Amidst complexity and chaos, Joule and its parent company, the Canadian Medical Association (CMA), unite over 85,000 physician members to drive breakthroughs in health care delivery and system change. Joule accelerates physician-led innovation and physician adoption of health care technologies to harness clarity and a healthier future.
For more than 40 years the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has invested in improving health and healthcare in the U.S. Today, we are continuing to do that by working with leaders across the nation to build a comprehensive Culture of Health, enabling everyone in America to live longer, healthier lives.
A new effort by The SCAN Foundation recasts the stereotypical “me-first” image of Millennials with the truth that 10 million+ younger adults provide substantial care for older loved ones. The Do You Give A Care? campaign aims to eliminate the chaos and isolation many feel when caregiving by bringing the issue to public consciousness. It champions Millennials as visible, vocal caregivers and amplifies key skillsets—collaboration, entrepreneurship, and technological savvy—into a robust community movement.
Our deepest gratitude and admiration to the co-Founders of The TEDMED Foundation, Dorothy J. Bahna and Jay S. Walker, who in 2016 catalyzed TEDMED as a wholly owned nonprofit with the generous support of our Patrons:
Ralph Bahna (1942-2014)
Ian & Nancy Ashken
Jeff C. Tarr, Sr.
Tan Sri "KT" Lim
Harry Peden, III
Ford Farabow (1938-2016)
Joon Yun & Kimberly Bazar
Jose & Trish Suarez
Jon & Suzanne Ellenthal
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