Our Population Health Improvement Program (PHIP) promotes the Triple Aim and supports New York’s Prevention Agenda which focuses on key areas such as preventing chronic disease; promoting healthy women, infants, and children; promoting mental health; and preventing substance abuse.
The goal of PHIP is to promote community health and reduce health disparities in the North Country region – Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Hamilton, Warren and Washington counties.
Supported by a grant from the New York State Department of Health, PHIP activities include:
- Convening a broad range of stakeholders to explore issues that impact the health of North Country residents;
- Gathering, reviewing and interpreting data to identify local needs; and
- Helping implement best practices and strategies to promote population health and reduce health disparities.
HealthyADK is a resource portal maintained by AHI in collaboration with community organizations and agencies. This site provides easy access to current regional data on a variety of measures related to health, education, environment, transportation and the economy. The site offers information of interest to multiple community sectors, including business, community development, government, educators, community-based organizations, health care professionals, and community members.
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See About Us for details.