Regarded as a forward-thinking thought leader, both in Pennsylvania and in the national health and human service field, Arthur C. Evans, Jr., Ph.D., Commissioner of Philadelphia’s Department of Behavioral Health & Intellectual disAbility Services has brought a new approach to his agency’s system of serving a wide range of individuals with complex needs. The transformation of the $1 billion Philadelphia system into a recovery-oriented, outcomes-focused system of care has leaned heavily on public health strategies that contribute to better population health. In addition, he has emphasized data-driven approaches to improve system performance. From . . .