Support For Health Affairs
Health Affairs' revenue is primarily contributions from foundation and corporate grants (70%), gifts from major donors, subscriptions paid by our readers (20%), and ancillary sales which include advertising, rights and permissions, and article and issue sales.
Health Affairs receives ongoing support from the following funders and thanks them for their generous contributions:
• Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
• The W.K. Kellogg Foundation
• California HealthCare Foundation
• Blue Shield of California Foundation
• The SCAN Foundation
• The Commonwealth Fund
If you would like to be an ongoing supporter for a topic/topics related to health policy, Health Affairs Blog, or other Health Affairs dissemination vehicles, please contact the Development Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health Affairs also has received funding for the following upcoming theme issues and clusters:
• Alzheimer's Disease
• Big Data
• Global Innovation
• Hospital Productivity
• Specialty Pharmaceuticals
• Community Development And Health
• Children's Health And Health care
About Health Affairs
Health Affairs is the nation's leading peer-reviewed health policy journal, with a mission to serve as a high-level, nonpartisan forum to promote analysis and discussion on cost, quality, and access in the health arena. Health Affairs publishes monthly print, online, and iPad issues as well as regular Web First articles -- important pieces published online before they even appear in print.
Health Affairs' High Level Audience
Health Affairs has a wide audience ranging from policymakers at federal, state and local levels of government to academic researchers and educators and to a wide swath of health care professionals and industry leaders. Health Affairs also reaches a consumer audience through its outreach to mainstream media around the nation and the globe.