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Action Area

Making Health a Shared Value

How can individuals, families, and communities work to achieve and maintain health?

Mindsets and Expectations

Prioritizing and promoting health and well-being.

Civic Engagement

Participating in activities that advance the public good.

Sense of Community

Strong social connections help communities thrive.

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Action Area

Fostering Cross-Sector Collaboration

How can we encourage cooperation across all sectors?

Number and Quality of Partnerships

Organizations working together and seeing successful outcomes.

Investment in Collaboration

Sustained support enables successful partnerships.

Policies that Support Collaboration

Creating incentives and methods to encourage ongoing collaboration.

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Action Area

Creating Healthier, More Equitable Communities

How can we develop safe environments that nurture children, support aging adults, and offer equitable access to healthy choices?

Built Environment

Creating safe and inclusive environments that support well-being.

Social and Economic Environment

Improving social conditions and economic opportunities.

Policy and Governance

Policies promoting collaboration and improving health.

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Action Area

Strengthening Integration of Health Services and Systems

How can health care providers work with institutional partners to address the realities of patients' lives?

Access to Care

Making comprehensive, continuous care and health services available to all.

Balance and Integration

Improving health by balancing and integrating health care, public health, and social services.

Consumer Experience and Quality

Improving population health by providing consumer-driven care.

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Outcome

Outcome: Improved Population Health, Well-Being, and EquityAction Area

How will we know that our efforts to build a Culture of Health are effective?

Enhanced Individual and Community Well-being

Well-being means thriving in all aspects of life.

Managed Chronic Disease and Reduced Toxic Stress

Preventing and treating chronic health conditions and reducing trauma.

Reduced Health Care Costs

Balancing health care and prevention spending.