April 11, 2013
11:30 – 12:30 ET
Presenter: Amy Bush Stevens, MSW, MPH, Research, Evaluation and Policy Analyst, The Health Policy Institute of Ohio
This presentation identifies cross-cutting policy opportunities that are relevant to all prevention topics and support the ability of public health organizations to implement effective strategies to improve population health. With a focus on prioritizing prevention, we will discuss the integration of community prevention with medical care, developing new sources of prevention funding, re-allocating existing funding, expanding employer-sponsored wellness programs, and advocating to federal policy makers. We will also discuss building partnerships between prevention organizations and other sectors, ensuring a strong, local infrastructure and workforce, and improving the quality and accountability of prevention systems.
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