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Network of Care

Ohio has launched an innovative, local-delivery public health dashboard to enhance health decision-making. This will help provide community stakeholders, providers, payers, families and individuals with key public health data and resources in an easy-to-read format. Network of Care will give Ohio a dynamic and integrated platform to track key public health indicators at the state and local levels.

The Ohio Department of Health (ODH), local health departments and their stakeholders, will now have access to local and state public health indicators, model practices and local collaboration tools from around the nation. The site integrates statistics from national, state and other sources into a collection of more health and quality-of-life indicators specific for each health jurisdictions and the state of Ohio. Indicators also include Healthy People 2020 targets[1], historical data per counties and evidence-based intervention.

Local health departments can now share public-health challenges, ideas and successes by using communication tools and community calendars. Local health departments will also be given access to update their community sites with local assessment, planning and initiatives. This platform will give Ohio the ability to align, track and integrate state and local public health efforts. This new data tool will allow local communities to focus their efforts on areas of greatest need, and to more efficiently use limited health assessment funds.

To increase accessibility and accommodate the Network of Care’s users, the site’s innovative technology provides near-universal access, regardless of literacy or income level, to Web-based services through dynamic translation software and other adaptive technologies. The site is fully ADA-compliant. The Network of Care also is available in multiple languages.

Training dates for local health departments:

  • July 16, 2014 3:00-4:00 pm
  • July 18, 2014 11:00-12:00 pm
  • July 23, 2014 3:00-4:00 pm

Health Department Type City Network of Care Page
ODH     State 
Adams Co
Allen Co
Ashland Co
  City Ashland
Ashtabula Co
City Ashtabula
City Conneaut
Athens Co
Auglaize Co
Belmont Co
Brown Co
Butler Co
City Hamilton
City Middletown
Carroll Co
Champaign Co
Clark Co
Clermont Co
Clinton Co
Columbiana Co
City East Liverpool
City Salem
Coshocton Co
  City Coshocton
Crawford Co
City Galion
Cuyahoga Co
City Cleveland
City Shaker Heights
Darke Co
Defiance Co
Delaware Co
Erie Co
Fairfield Co
Fayette Co
Franklin Co
City Columbus
Fulton Co
Gallia Co
Geauga Co
Greene Co
Guernsey Co
Hamilton Co
City Cincinnati
City Norwood
City Sharonville
City Springdale
Hancock Co
Findlay City Findlay
Hardin Co
Harrison Co
Henry Co
Highland Co
Hocking Co
Holmes Co
Huron Co
Jackson Co
Jefferson Co
City Steubenville
Knox Co
Lake Co
Lawrence Co
City Ironton
Licking Co
Logan Co
Lorain Co
City Elyria
City Lorain
Lucas Co
Madison Co
Mahoning Co
City Youngstown
Marion Co
Medina Co
Meigs Co
Mercer Co
Miami Co
City Piqua
Monroe Co
Montgomery Co
City Oakwood
Morgan Co
Morrow Co
Muskingum Co
Noble Co
Ottawa Co
Paulding Co
Perry Co
Pickaway Co
Pike Co
Portage Co
City Kent
Preble Co
Putnam Co
Richland Co
City Shelby
Ross Co
Sandusky Co
Scioto Co
City Portsmouth
Seneca Co
Shelby Co
Stark Co
City Alliance
City Canton
City Massillon
Summit Co
Trumbull Co
City Girard
City Niles
City Warren
Tuscarawas Co
City New Philadelphia
Union Co
Van Wert Co
Vinton Co
Warren Co
Washington Co
City Belpre
City Marietta
Wayne Co
Williams Co
Wood Co
Wyandot Co
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The State of Ohio, Ohio Department of Health, Network of Care page is designed to provide local health departments, payers, providers, public health professionals, universities, individuals and other organizations a platform to display and track public health assessment and planning data.  The data includes media articles,  journal references and other related content that may not be consistent with the policies, rules or applicable laws for the Ohio Department of Health and are the sole responsibility of the author. Users of the site may contact the Ohio Department of Health via email with any questions at

Last Revised: 06/24/14