Governing Accountable Health Entities: Examples from 12 States

More than a dozen states are developing accountable health models to improve population health and control costs by addressing community needs, such as transportation, recreation, and housing. These entities’ mission — to build healthy communities through cross-sector partnerships — is supported by innovative and evolving governance structures. This NASHP  chart examines how states are structuring these entities to keep them accountable and reflective of their communities.