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Seven Lessons I’ve Learned: About Improving Health in America

Risa Lavizzo-Mourey is the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation President and CEO, and in her annual report letter, she poignantly explains why working to improve the health of all is so important. 



When I joined the Foundation in 2003, I anticipated evolutionary-not revolutionary-change in how we could improve health and health care in America. But what I've seen in the last 14 years has exceeded my expectations: significant progress and groundbreaking work that is helping us to think even bigger about building a Culture of Health.

And that progress is thanks to you.

All that I have learned in my time at the Foundation, I learned from you. The wisdom I have gleaned from the work we've done together has taught me seven profound lessons that I would like to share with you.

Read the annual message: Seven Lessons I've Learned About Improving Health in America.