By improving health and well-being today, we can help millions of people enjoy a healthier tomorrow.

The Clinton Health Matters Initiative (CHMI) works to improve the health and well-being of all people by activating individuals, communities, and organizations to make meaningful contributions to the health of others. CHMI’s goals are to reduce the prevalence of preventable health outcomes and close health inequity and disparity gaps by improving access to key contributors to health for all people through strategic partnerships, working across sectors, and leveraging technology and digital innovation.

2016 Health Matters Summit
The Health Matters Summit brought together 450 leaders from across sectors.

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Simply put, we know that better health is contagious – people, communities, and organizations have solutions to share, and we are the platform for elevating their successes. CHMI aims to equally distribute the opportunity to be healthy by:

  • Building strategic partnerships that will help facilitate the development and scaling of health promoting solutions

  • Working across sectors to develop and implement coordinated, systemic approaches to creating healthier communities

  • Leveraging technology and digital innovation to help advance health and wellness at the national and community levels by disseminating evidence-based individual, systems, and investment strategies