Appendix A

References

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Berkeley Forum. 2013. A new vision for California’s healthcare system: Integrated care with aligned financial incentives. Berkeley: University of California School of Public Health. http://berkeleyhealthcareforum.berkeley.edu/report (accessed August 12, 2013).

Bipartisan Policy Center. 2012. Lots to lose: How America’s health and obesity crisis threatens our Economic Future. Washington, DC: Bipartisan Policy Center.

Chang, D. 2012. What does a population health integrator do? http://www.improvingpopulationhealth.org/blog/2012/05/what-does-a-population-health-integrator-do.html (accessed June 4, 2013).

Chang, D. I., A. S. Gertel-Rosenberg, V. L. Drayton, S. Schmidt, and G. B. Angalet. 2010. A statewide strategy to battle childhood obesity in Delaware. Health Affairs 29(3):480-489. http://content.healthaffairs.org/content/29/3/481.full.pdf+html (accessed August 13, 2013).

Frieden, T. R. 2010. A framework for public health action: The health impact pyramid. American Journal of Public Health 100(4):590-595.

IOM (Institute of Medicine). 2011. For the public’s health: The role of measurement in action and accountability. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.

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Appendix A References ABIA (Austen BioInnovation Institute in Akron). 2012. Healthier by design: Creating ac- countable care communities. Akron, OH: Austen BioInnovation Institute in Akron. http://www.abiakron.org/Data/Sites/1/pdf/accwhitepaper12012v5final.pdf (ac- cessed August 8, 2013). Berkeley Forum. 2013. A new vision for California’s healthcare system: Integrated care with aligned financial incentives. Berkeley: University of California School of Public Health. http:// berkeleyhealthcareforum.berkeley.edu/report (accessed August 12, 2013). Bipartisan Policy Center. 2012. Lots to lose: How America’s health and obesity crisis threatens our Economic Future. Washington, DC: Bipartisan Policy Center. Chang, D. 2012. What does a population health integrator do? http://www.improvingpopulation health.org/blog/2012/05/what-does-a-population-health-integrator-do.html (ac- cessed June 4, 2013). Chang, D. I., A. S. Gertel-Rosenberg, V. L. Drayton, S. Schmidt, and G. B. Angalet. 2010. A statewide strategy to battle childhood obesity in Delaware. Health Affairs 29(3):480-489. http://content.healthaffairs.org/content/29/3/481.full.pdf+html (accessed August 13, 2013). Frieden, T. R. 2010. A framework for public health action: The health impact pyramid. Ameri- can Journal of Public Health 100(4):590-595. IOM (Institute of Medicine). 2011. For the public’s health: The role of measurement in action and accountability. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. IRS (Internal Revenue Service). 2011. Part III—Administrative, procedural, and miscel- laneous notice and request for comments regarding the community health needs as- sessment requirements for tax-exempt hospitals. Notice 2011-52. http://www.irs.gov/ pub/irs-drop/n-11-52.pdf (accessed September 25, 2013). Jacobson, D. M., and S. Teutsch. 2012. An environmental scan of integrated approaches for defin- ing and measuring total population health by the clinical care system, the government public health system, and stakeholder organizations. Paper commissioned by the National Quality Forum, Washington, DC. 45

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