There are profound inequities across Wisconsin and the United States contributing to poor population health. One in four Americans do not have access to regular medical services. A person's zip code is a more powerful indicator of health than their genetics!
Integration of primary care and public health is essential to addressing these inequities; but where do we start?
Watch our Success Story videos as a guide to help you improve population health in your community by:
- Understanding elements of successful integration
- Identifying methods and tools to facilitate integration
- Learning best practices from existing efforts around the great lakes region
- Recognizing challenges and driving solutions
In Wisconsin, the Central Wisconsin Health Partnership, a consortium representing six central Wisconsin counties, collaborated to improve access to behavioral health services for substance abuse and mental health prevention and intervention.
Learn more about Success Stories from other states in our Great Lakes Public Health Regional Collaborative by clicking here.