About the Systems Alignment Innovation Hub

The Systems Alignment Innovation Hub (SAIH) was launched in November 2022 to help medical, social service, and public health providers in racially marginalized and historically disenfranchised communities dismantle inequities and improve health and well-being for all.

Through SAIH, TAC and our partners at the Human Services Research Institute work directly with “practice-based organizations”: a broad array of entities that include community-based nonprofits, public agencies, professional associations, and advocacy organizations that are uniquely positioned to develop new ideas for systems alignment, but could benefit from additional resources and supports to plan and implement strong research designs to determine the impact of their ideas on health — and on health equity. In this way, we can position vital organizations to receive targeted research funding while expanding the evidence base for alignment innovations that improve health outcomes and reduce disparities.

About SAIH

With the support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Systems for Action Research Program, SAIH provides:

Contact Us

To learn more, email us at saih@tacinc.org.

Our Partners

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is committed to building a Culture of Health that provides everyone in America a fair and just opportunity for health and wellbeing. RWJF focuses on access to health care, public health, health equity, leadership and training, and changing systems to address barriers to health.

Systems for Action (S4A) is a program of RWJF that aims to discover and apply new evidence about ways of aligning the delivery and financing systems that support a Culture of Health. Based at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, S4A seeks to identify system-level strategies for enhancing the reach, quality, efficiency, and equity of services and supports that promote health and well-being on a population-wide basis.

The Human Services Research Institute works across all sectors and program areas in health and human services, addressing the needs of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities; people experiencing behavioral health disorders; children, youth and families; seniors and people with physical disabilities; people experiencing housing instability or homelessness; and states and communities looking to promote population health.

Our Team

From TAC
From S4A
From the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation