Posted Date: July 9th, 2014 | Categories: Health Care & Businesses
The Health Policy Institute of Ohio has released its latest publication: Ohio Prevention Basics
The latest in HPIO’s popular series of “Policy Basics” publications, the brief provides an overview of prevention in Ohio. Among the topics covered include the value of prevention, how we pay for prevention and Ohio’s prevention infrastruction and workforce. The publication also provides examples of the many types of prevention, including clinical preventive services, community-based programs and population-based policy strategies.
A two-page executive summary also is available.
This publication may be a useful reference for prevention professionals and an introduction to prevention for policymakers.