Fast Company announced today that it named the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), the largest U.S. foundation devoted to health, as one of the 10 most innovative not-for-profit organizations globally. The magazine’s annual list of the world’s most innovative companies recognizes established enterprises and rising newcomers alike for exemplifying the best in business and innovation; this is the first time a separate category for not-for-profits has been included in the list. […]
- OpenNotes—This initiative supported by RWJF allows doctors to share visit notes with patients as a routine part of their care, allowing patients to become true partners in decision-making about their health.
“We are honored that our ongoing search for creative, innovative and collaborative solutions to some of the most challenging problems threatening health has gained the recognition of Fast Company,” said Roger S. Fine, chairman of the Board of Trustees of RWJF. “We can only hope that our own efforts, and those of the many other entities on this list, will inspire others to be equally innovative in developing solutions that will better the well-being of all.”
Read RWJF’s article here!