A Healthier America 2013: Strategies to Move from Sick Care to Health Care in Four Years
The Trust for America’s Health (TFAH), a national health advocacy organization dedicated to disease prevention, recently released A Healthier America 2013: Strategies to Move from Sick Care to Health Care in Four Years, a report that provides recommendations for prioritizing prevention in public policy. Stressing the importance of collaboration across sectors, the report features recommendations for 10 key public health issues, including improving the health of low-income and minority communities. In its “Implement the National Prevention Strategy” section, the report cites the book Investing in What Works for America’s Communities, co-published by LIIF and the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, for its focus on building strong, healthy communities and discussing the relationship between health and poverty as an important part of addressing both issues.
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Source: Trust for America’s Health