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Global Health

Navigate the complex interests, policies and audiences in the global health sector.

Economic Development Drives Prosperity

Old model: Extract, Export and Import |New model: Think, Collaborate and Influence

Identify the Influencers that Matter

Commentators, officials, investors and experts are talking about you. Are you listening? Engaging?

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RT @Ludwig_Cancer: On @TechReview: Ludwig Johns Hopkins’ quest to develop blood-based tests for early detection of #cancer. Read more: http…
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MT @WSJ: Of the 10 best-paying jobs, 7 are in the #healthcare industry.
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Is medicine tailor-made based on your genetic history the future of treatment? via @USATODAY #genomics #health
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RT @Living_Cities: 10 mins until our Twitter Chat on #DisruptingInequality & #collectiveimpact! Check out learnings from our #TII_LC: http:…
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#FunFact: a 3 second distraction can DOUBLE your mistakes. Research says single-tasking maximizes productivity
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Medical breakthroughs don't have to be #hightech or expensive: lessons from the defeat of the Guinea worm @UpshotNYT
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An interesting look at the effects of #inequality on our bodies + minds @TEDTalks #DisruptingInequality
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Trying to reach your audience more effectively on #socialmedia? These stats from @hootsuite can definitely help
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What drug companies have earned the most this year? The top 10 #pharma firms of 2014 thus far: via @GENbio
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Can an inspiring, flexible and collaborative workspace fuel #innovation at your company? via @Forbes @SarahCaldicott
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2014-08-05 15:21:08
Yahoo! Finance The cost of private universities has risen 28% over the decade from 2002 to 2012, while student debt in America now clocks in at around $1.2 trillion with seven million people in default, according to The Economist. Gene Wade, founder and CEO of University Now believes he has a solution to some of these issues through his online education model.
2014-07-28 14:07:29
New Scientist David Lane, scientific director of the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research in New York, and discoverer of p53 in 1979, says p53-psi has novel properties that promote cancer growth and that this opens the door to developing drugs that work by suppressing its production. "It's amazing that such surprising discoveries are still being made about p53 so many years after its initial discovery," he says.
2014-07-18 18:17:55

Bloomberg Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Eric Rosengren said new community development initiatives to spur cooperation between cities and businesses can go beyond monetary easing as a way to support lower-income Americans amid an economic recovery that’s still incomplete… Funding comes from sources including the Ford Foundation, Living Cities Inc., the Massachusetts Competitive Partnership and the state government. The Boston Fed provides management and staff support. It does not provide funding.

2014-07-13 21:11:19
Chronicle of Philanthropy As participants learn from early social-impact bonds, the time it takes to work out the contracts should decrease, according to Mr. Hecht, who says that it took almost a decade of experimentation for low-income housing tax credits to become an efficient tool. "They’re costly to produce," he says of the early pay-for-success contracts. "Those who work on them, like us, are investing the money and time because we want to create the market and accelerate its development, not because we think they’re smart and efficient transactions right now."
2014-06-25 20:19:33
Living Cities The Living Cities 2013 annual report microsite focuses on the ways Living Cities is helping ambitious leaders disrupt inequality – through new ways of working, focusing on outcomes, leveraging capital, and working to accelerate the adoption and pace of needle-moving change.
2014-06-10 16:17:18
Fast Co. Exist Working from a combination of grants and loans from Living Cities and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Corridor of Opportunities project brought people together from government, non-profits, businesses, and the local community to collaborate on developing the Green transit line (and other future lines like it) a little differently.