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Video Rating: / 5 On April 5, 2017, Boston University School of Public Health and GE healthymagination partnered to bring together leaders in health across private and public sectors to explore new approaches for creating healthier cities. Contextualized in Boston, but taking a global perspective on population health, the event explored explore how cities, through innovative leadership and data ecosystems, can be a model for generating healthy populations. The day included presentations and conversations with US and international thought leaders in health from corporations, government, foundations, academia, and civil society. Opening Remarks: — Robert Wells, Executive Director for Strategy, GE healthymagination — Sandro Galea, Dean and Robert A. Knox Professor, Boston University School of Public Health — Sue Siegel, CEO, GE Ventures & healthymagination Keynote Speaker: — Monica Valdes Lupi, Executive Director, Boston Public Health Commission Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsZubeen Garg New Hospital Health City Hospital is Now At Koinadhora Guwahati AssamToronto Public Health: Toward a Healthy CityWhat is a Healthy City? Festival of Health sessionChasing Health with a New Vital Sign in a Healthy City | Peter Sneed | TEDxTraverseCityCork — city of health, city of the future: Denise Cahill at TEDxUCCHealth City Novena

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