Illinois Public Health Performance Improvement Conference- Register Today!

  Join us for the first-ever Illinois Public Health Performance Improvement Conference!  This state-wide event is targeted to Illinois health departments with an interest in learning more from national experts and peer health departments about how to improve public health services, efficiencies, activities and outcomes. With a focus on integrating principles of performance improvement and […]

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Next Stops in the Illinois Framework Listening Tour: Bloomington and Alton

The Framework Stakeholder Engagement Project is coming to Bloomington and Alton! The Stakeholder Engagement Project will host a total of four outreach events for service recipients, community-based providers, advocates and state employees in May.    Events for State Employees, Service Providers, and Advocates Bloomington – Wednesday, May 15 – Town Hall Conversation for State Employees, Service Providers, […]

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Illinois Framework Statewide Listening Tour events announced. Register today!

Healthcare and human service providers, advocates, clients and state employees: Join a discussion on the future of service delivery in Illinois. The Illinois Framework is building new connections between state agencies and community-based providers to give Illinois the ability to adopt a more efficient, client-centered approach to service delivery.  The Framework Stakeholder Engagement Project, led […]

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Register now for Illinois Framework events in Chicago and Springfield this April

Community-based service providers, advocate organizations, service recipients and state employees: Join us for a discussion on the future of healthcare and human services in Illinois. See the Framework events calendar to register for interactive events in Springfield (April 17 & 18) and Chicago (April 24). The Illinois Framework aims to build new connections between state […]

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New Study Illuminates How Schools Can Improve Nutrition Standards Without Significant Negative Financial Impact

Chicago, March 21, 2013 – A new study* released today presents case studies of schools that improved nutrition standards for their competitive food and beverages without significant negative financial impact.  Competitive foods and beverages are those items sold or provided in schools that are not part of the national school lunch program – typically, foods […]

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2013 County Health Rankings show how Illinois stacks up on health

Hot off the presses, the annual County Health Rankings were released today, revealing the relative health of Illinois counties by comparing them on a range of factors that influence health including high school graduation rates, obesity, smoking, and family and social support. Among the healthiest: Douglas County, which earned the distinction of the healthiest county […]

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