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Year in Review Reports

Ohio’s Plan to Prevent and Reduce Chronic Disease: 2014-2018 (CD Plan) was developed to achieve one overarching goal: To prevent and reduce the burden of chronic disease for all Ohioans. Stakeholders within key sectors—schools and universities, community organizations, state and local governments, worksites and healthcare systems and providers— aligned their activities and leveraged resources to support the plan’s objectives and build communities that support health. The objectives were then grouped into four core focus areas that represent critical components of improving population health outcomes.

The following year in review report features key objective and strategy progress achieved in each core focus area. Success stories from members of the Ohio Chronic Disease Collaborative (OCDC), the statewide group formed to implement the CD Plan through coordinated efforts across different community sectors, are also highlighted. Information for these reports was obtained by OCDC partners through a standardized reporting document to ensure comprehensive evaluation of the CD Plan. For print copies of the reports, please e-mail Michele Shough at

2014 Year in Review ‒ Ohio’s Plan to Prevent and Reduce Chronic Disease: 2014 – 2018



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