Research, Tools, and Guides
The Executive Summary details study findings for infants from birth to two years. It outlines key actions for an evidence-based approach to improve growth, survival, and development outcomes for these infants, with a focus on early identification of the highest risk infants to allow for early intervention.
A set of tools and implementation supports to transform our paradigm and practice of nursing
home care by putting wellbeing at the center of care.
Conducted by Ariadne Labs, the World Bank, and the Primary Health Care Performance Initiative.
In spring of 2021 the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and Ariadne Labs collaborated to develop an approach to prevent and mitigate loneliness. This report summarizes a November 2021 convening that included 20 organizations with the goal of catalyzing collaboration for fostering belonging and social connection in New York City.
A toolkit for using human-centered design to mitigate loneliness and foster connection in New York City.
Ambulatory safety nets help provide a safeguard against delays and errors in cancer diagnosis by allowing health systems to efficiently identify patients in need of follow up after receiving abnormal screening results. Ariadne Labs and CRICO convened a working group to develop recommendations on how health systems can effectively implement these life-saving programs in the context of colorectal cancer screening. The recommendations included in this guide are a starting point for successful implementation and will need to be adapted to the unique context of each organization to support its strategic goals.
The Executive Summary details study findings for infants from birth to one year. It outlines key actions for an evidence-based approach to improve growth, survival, and development outcomes for these infants, with a focus on early identification of the highest risk infants to allow for early intervention.
In June of 2021 the Serious Illness Care Program convened 35 experts in delivering serious illness care to underserved and marginalized communities with the goal of gaining insights into strategies that drive sustained and equitable improvements in serious illness conversations and care. This report outlines findings and recommendations from the convening.
Developed in collaboration with The Conversation Project, the What Matters to Me Workbook is designed to help people with a serious illness get ready to talk to their health care team (doctor, nurse, social worker, etc.) about what is most important to them.