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The Division of Public Health’s Strategic Plan for 2013–2016

The State of Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Nebraska February 2013 Guidelines

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The Division of Public Health’s Strategic Plan for 2013–2016 provides a road-map to continue to
help Nebraskans live healthier lives now and into the future. The plan, originally undertaken outlines a course of action that will help make our vision a reality by identifying our highest priority initiatives. The Division’s vision statement provides the motivation for what we work and strive for every day: A Healthy and Safe Nebraska – Everyone, Everywhere, Every Day.

We have made great strides in improving the health of Nebraskans, but there’s more work to do.
To remain part of an effective public health system we need to continue to develop a culture of
quality and performance improvement, continue the effective programs that are currently in
place, and focus work on our priority strategies. While this strategic plan does not attempt to outline all the strategies that will be implemented over the next few years, it does reflect our priorities in focusing our work. In carrying out the strategies in this plan, the Division remains committed to working with our partners and communities across the state to achieve our mission of helping Nebraskans live healthier lives.


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