Last month, more than 450 leaders in healthcare, public policy, business, technology, education, and professional sports came together at the Clinton Foundation’s fifth annual Health Matters Summit to discuss ways to improve the health and well-being of communities across the United …
This blog is part of a series where Donna Shalala, President of the Clinton Foundation, shares updates on Clinton Foundation programs. View the previous entries here.
During Women’s History Month at the Clinton Foundation, we were reminded that it’s important to recognize the progress we’ve made when it comes to achieving the full participation of women and girls across all sectors, as well as the gaps that still remain.
Deborah Slaner Larkin, CEO of Women’s Sports Foundation, has dedicated her life to ensuring sports are safe and equitable for all women and girls.
These days, connectivity seems to be a foregone conclusion. At Health 2.0, we track more than 3,000 companies and products in the digital health space and count no less than 500 tools dedicated to connecting patients to providers, and another 50 companies that curate online patient communities.