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Primary Care and Public Health Strategic Map

The original Primary Care and Public Health Strategic Map was created in July 2012 with the support of IOM, United Health Foundation, CDC and HRSA. This map has guided the work of the collaborative from 2012-2014. 

On May 28-29, 2014, ASTHO convened national and state leaders in primary care and public health to update the Primary Care and Public Health Integration Strategic Map. Key stakeholders and partners representing 27 organizations deployed public health and primary care expertise with the goal of building upon the successes and momentum of the ASTHO-Supported Primary Care and Pubic Health Collaborative over the past two years while considering future opportunities and challenges. Several federal agencies were also represented, including CDC, HRSA, and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Click here to view the resulting draft of the 2014-2016 Strategic Map. A PowerPoint Presentation that highlights changes to the map can be viewed here. For additional information, visit the ASTHO-Supported Primary Care and Public Health Collaborative main page.

This webpage contains links to a collection of resources that support the implementation of the Strategic Map.

Primary Care and Public Health Integration Strategic Map: 2012-2014