Toward a more Systematic Approach
In addition to its leadership in providing grants to advance a progressive healthcare agenda in the Pittsburgh region, the Jewish Healthcare Foundation (JHF) takes a direct role in operating certain programs.
A not–for–profit supporting organization of the JHF founded in 1997 as a consortium of Pittsburgh–area medical, business and civic leaders, PRHI's mission is to give champions in health care the tools, expertise, education, models and networks they need to perfect patient care and safety in their organizations.
Closure is an initiative to change expectations for end-of-life. Our goal is to empower consumers and healthcare professionals with easy-to-access, simple-to-understand information and resources to make educated decisions about end-of-life care.
A not–for–profit supporting organization of the JHF founded in 2002, HCF provides the health sector with research, data, and products on health careers, and increases regional recruitment and retention capacity and support for training in health careers.
A program to allocate regional funds that facilitate the delivery of health care, supportive and housing services to eligible individuals living with HIV/AIDS and prevention/education services to at–risk populations.