October 7, 2019

Tyler Quoted in OZY story: Kentucky gives Parents with Substance Misuse Disorders a Fresh Start

“One thing we are learning about addiction of all forms, including substance misuse, is that the patterns of behavior are often deeply rooted in trauma,” says […]
September 18, 2019

Tyler quoted in Hearst: The best way to promote community health is to “meet them where they live”

“We have to get the care right—quality health care is a human right—and we have to ensure people have access to that care, but those alone […]
August 19, 2019

Ben’s op-ed in the San Francisco Examiner on changing health care funding

To Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, health care is a sector ripe for disruption. They’re not wrong, given skyrocketing health care spending that’s yielding diminishing returns on health. […]
August 18, 2019

Becker’s Hospital Review Viewpoint: Healthcare needs a new type of digital disruption

In a recent op-ed for The San Francisco Examiner, representatives from the Lown Institute and Well Being Trust suggest most digital health apps are based on two inherently false […]
August 13, 2019

A Framework to Improve Community & Enhance the Quality of Life of Millions

A Framework to Improve Community & Enhance the Quality of Life of Millions By Somava Saha, MD, MS, Vice President, IHI, and Co-Executive Lead for the […]
July 23, 2019

Sacramento Bee: California’s health care spending is actually hurting our health, researchers say

In a report released Tuesday, community health advocates at Oakland’s Well Being Trust warned California’s leaders that they must curb prices and waste in health care […]
July 23, 2019

New Report: California Trades Spending on Vital Community Conditions that Keep People Healthy for Propping Up a Sick Care System

New Report: California Trades Spending on Vital Community Conditions that Keep People Healthy for Propping Up a Sick Care System Report finds health care spending grew […]
July 19, 2019

Tyler & Arpan quoted in Yes! Magazine: For Healthy Communities, Look Beyond Diet and Exercise

These scenes unfold just a block from City Hall, where Tyler Norris and Dr. Arpan Waghray, CEO and chief medical officer, respectively, of the newly launched […]