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Oklahoma Health Improvement Plan (2015-2019)

The Oklahoma State Department of Health State of Oklahoma Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans United States 2015 Report health promotion, Oklahoma

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The Oklahoma Health Improvement Plan is designed to inspire an entire state to work collaboratively together to help Oklahomans live healthier, happier, and longer lives. While great strides have been made in recent years, more work is needed as many Oklahomans are dying unnecessarily and prematurely. Integrating the input and findings derived from published health data, stakeholder and community engagement, and evidence-based frameworks and practices, the 2015-2019 OHIP proposes new ways of interacting, new structures for communication, and a renewed hope that progress on issues of mutual interest can be achieved through private-public and tribal partnerships as well as individual Oklahomans’ commitment and involvement. Specifically, this plan focuses on the State’s efforts on making improvements in key strategic areas and creating a culture of health in order to meet the goals of Healthy Oklahoma 2020.


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