Ohio's performance on population health outcomes has declined relative to other states over the past few decades. Ohio also has significant disparities for many health outcomes by race, income and geography, and spends more on health care than most states. The Kasich Administration has increasingly targeted the state's health-related resources to address the most pressing needs. OHT is incorporating population health performance measures into regulatory and payment systems, and using those measures to align population health priorities across clinical services, public health programs, and community-based initiatives. The goal is for Ohio to be the healthiest place to live, work, and raise a family.
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