Health Policy Institute Releases Population Health Brief

The Health Policy Institute of Ohio (HPIO) released its latest publication, What is Population Health?.

HPIO convened a group of healthcare and public health stakeholders this year to develop a consensus definition of population health for Ohio, with support from the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI) through a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation-funded project.

The purpose of the Population Health brief is to operationalize the concept of population health in a way that is useful to Ohio’s health leaders in designing population health improvement strategies, led by state and local governments,  nonprofit hospitals, local health departments, United Ways and others.

The brief describes the consensus understanding of the topic that resulted from discussions among members of a workgroup of health care and public health stakeholders.  OOA Executive Director Jon F. Wills represented the osteopathic profession on the work group. View the brief at

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