Monday, January 11, 2010

The National Plan for Action Changing Outcomes - Achieving Health Equity

The National Plan for Action, which captures the status of health disparities in the United States and proposes 20 strategies for their elimination, is a collaborative effort of representatives from community, faith-based and non-profit organizations, academic institutions, foundations and Federal, State and local agencies - including many members of Community-Campus Partnerships for Health.

Initiated by the Office of Minority Health in the US Department of Health and Human Services, the National Plan for Action inspires us to move forward to implement the strategies and provides us a roadmap to make an impact in the elimination of health disparities.

Comment forms are set up so that you may comment on individual chapters of the report or on the report overall. Comments will not be posted, but will be used for development of the final plan.

Please read individual chapters and take some time to add your voice to the thousands of concerned voices from around the United States. The plan is available for your comment until February 12, 2010.

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