Augmenting Evidence of CDC’s HI-5 Initiative

To augment the evidence in CDC's Health Impact in 5 Years (HI-5) initiative to enable public health practitioners and other stakeholders to put HI-5 into action. The CDC Foundation will work with a consortium of stakeholders to synthesize, translate and disseminate lessons learned from states and communities that have enacted and implemented policies related to three social and economic interventions featured in HI-5; identify resources and supports needed for additional states and communities to advance these interventions through policy strategies; and highlight research gaps related to these interventions.
Funding Partners:
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Program Partners:
  • CDC's Office of the Associate Director of Policy
  • Public Health Institute
Program Location:
  • United States of America