The Institute of Medicine just released a consensus report called “Primary Care and Public Health: Promoting Integration to Improve Population Health” that identified several principles that public health and primary care could work toward further integration- including the goals of population health improvement, aligned leadership, sustainability, community engagement, and the collaborative use of data and analysis. Check it out and send the link along to your Stakeholders.
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