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The Nebraska Public health improvement plan

The State of Nebraska Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Nebraska 1 January 2013 Policy document health service, health system

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This document is intended to be a blueprint for improving the public health system in Nebraska. The plan assumes that one of the necessary ingredients for improving the health status of the population is to focus more on evidence-based prevention strategies and enhance the collaborative efforts between the private and public sectors. The plan also looks at opportunities to use new technologies to collect, analyze, and disseminate health data, develop and implement more effective disease prevention and health promotion programs, and integrate public health programs with primary care services through the health care home model.

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