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Pablo Bravo

Vice President Community Health

Dignity Health

HQ Phone:  (415) 438-5500

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Dignity Health

185 Berry Street Suite 300

San Francisco, California,94107

United States

Company Description

Dignity Health, one of the nation's largest health care systems, is a 21-state network of nearly 9,000 physicians, 56,000 employees, and more than 400 care centers, including hospitals, urgent and occupational care, imaging centers, home health, and primary ca... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Fiscal Director

Baker Places Inc


Finance Director Children's Mental Health

City and County of San Francisco


Affiliations

Northern California Community Loan Fund

Board Member


San Rafael's Socially Responsible Investment Committee.

Board Member


Education

M.P.A.

USF


Web References(26 Total References)


Initiatives | Nonprofit Finance Fund

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Read more in this Funder Dialogue with Dignity's VP of community health, Pablo Bravo.


Speaker Bio | The SRI Conference

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Pablo Bravo
Vice President, Community Health Dignity Health Pablo Bravo is Vice President, Community Health at Dignity Health. He manages an $80 million portfolio of community development investments as well as a $4 million grants program. Prior to his time at Dignity Health, Mr. Bravo was the Fiscal Director for Baker Places in San Francisco, and the City and County of San Francisco Department of Mental Health Children Services and Managed Care.


Funder Dialogue: Pablo Bravo, Dignity Health | Nonprofit Finance Fund

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Funder Dialogue: Pablo Bravo, Dignity Health
Pablo Bravo Dignity Healthis one of the largest nonprofit health systems in the nation, with 39 hospitals and more than 400 care centers in communities across California, Arizona, and Nevada. In this installment in our series of conversations with NFF CEO Antony Bugg-Levine, Dignity Health's VP of community health, Pablo Bravo, shares his vision for how hospital systems can support community-based organizations in shared pursuit of better health for all. Pablo leads Dignity Health's $100 million community investment program, which provides low-interest loans to community organizations addressing issues that impact people's health and well-being. Pablo Bravo: The way that hospitals are being reimbursed for services is changing, and we have new requirements being placed on hospitals. Hospitals are now shouldering responsibility not only for the improvement of health in our communities, but for addressing the social determinants of health.


SOCIAL CURRENCY BLOG

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In this installment in our series of conversations with NFF CEO Antony Bugg-Levine, Dignity Health's VP of community health, Pablo Bravo, shares his vision for how hospital systems can support community-based organizations in shared pursuit of better health for all.  Pablo leads Dignity Health's $100 million community investment program, which provides low-interest loans to community organizations addressing issues that impact people's health and well-being. This approach to investing in the community began decades ago with Catholic sisters who founded Dignity Health. As national healthcare reform shines a new light on similar efforts, Dignity’s experience holds lessons for everyone invested in reducing healthcare costs and building healthier communities. Antony Bugg-Levine: From its early days, Dignity has understood that health means more than providing good clinical care in a hospital setting.
As a hospital system, how are you seeing the broader industry change its understanding of what it means to support better health? Pablo Bravo: The way that hospitals are being reimbursed for services is changing, and we have new requirements being placed on hospitals. Hospitals are now shouldering responsibility not only for the improvement of health in our communities, but for addressing the social determinants of health.


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Pablo Bravo, Dignity's vice president of community affairs, says the expansion of outreach programs was important to reach underserved populations.
"With the passage of the Affordable Care Act, the whole industry is really looking at population health management,'' Bravo says. "The ultimate goal is really to address health issues identified in communities through Community Health Needs Assessments,'' Bravo says. "Issues such as asthma and chronic disease, homelessness. Bravo says Dignity will continue to seek out projects that can address big-picture health concerns, especially among the underserved. "We funded a project in the Central Valley (of California) to address water purification; the drought has caused a lot of issues with access to clean water. We funded a project that addresses the high use of the emergency department by the homeless. "We're identifying populations and trying to steer our programs to them,'' Bravo says.


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