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New York State Prevention Agenda 2013-2017: Priorities, Focus Areas, Goals and Objectives

Government of New York New York Department of Health, Ad Hoc Committee Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans New York 31 December 2013 Guidelines early intervention, health system, prevention

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The documents contains a set of measurable objectives that was developed by reviewing indicators used in the National Prevention Strategy, County Health Rankings, America’s Health Rankings, Healthy People 2020, and by the CDC and the New York State Department of Health. Committees selected indicators that were relevant to the priority specific focus areas and goals; that represented process, short term and long term outcome indicators; and that
have data that can be measured.


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