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CA Wellness Plan Data Reference Guide

The purpose of the California Wellness Plan (CWP) Data Reference Guide (Reference Guide) is to provide access to the lowest-level data for each CWP Objective; lowest-level data source, instructions to access data, and additional details are described. Some CWP Objectives do not have program leads, data sources, baselines, and/or targets, but are included because they were a result of CDPH program or partner input and were felt to be important to the reduction of chronic disease incidence, prevalence, and health disparities. Agencies, programs and/or partners identified with an objective may be either data stewards and/or engaged in activities to achieve the target, but may not have adequate resources for statewide activities. Developmental Objectives will be updated as information becomes available.

Comprehensive Medication Management Programs: Description, Impacts, and 2015 Status in Southern California

Comprehensive medication management (CMM) is an evidence-based, physician approved, pharmacist-led, preventive clinical service ensuring optimal use of medications that is effective at improving health outcomes for high-risk patients while decreasing health care costs.  This white paper seeks to describe the current landscape, including delivery, use, outcomes, benefits and challenges of CMM in Southern California as of May 2015.

Health in Planning within California's Local Health Departments, 2015*

Health in Planning within California's Local Health Departments, 2015 summarizes the results of an environmental scan conducted to assess local health department involvement in creating healthy built environments through community design and land use planning in California.

Economic Burden of Chronic Disease in California 2015 (PDF)

The purpose of this report is to estimate the health care cost in 2010 for each of the 58 counties in California for treating arthritis, asthma, cardiovascular disease (stroke, hypertension, coronary heart disease, and congestive heart failure), diabetes, cancer, and depression.

 

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