Partner Implementation Models (PIMs)
The National Prevention Strategy’s Partner Implementation Models (PIMs) showcase how organizations from around the country are utilizing the National Prevention Strategy (NPS) to guide their work to improve individual and community health and wellbeing.
Learn more about how the following non-federal partners, ranging from local health systems to national grantmakers, are advancing the NPS:
- Delaware Department of Health and Social Services
- Henry Ford Health System
- National Association of State Workforce Agencies
- North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System
- Panhandle Public Health District
- Philadelphia Corporation for Aging
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
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Find other examples of how partners have incorporated the NPS’ Strategic Directions and Priorities into their policies and programs:
- “Building Bridges between Public Health and Community Design/Planning,” a workforce development initiative for public health and planning professionals, is the result of partnerships between the American Public Health Association, the Georgia Institute of Technology, the American Planning Association, and the National Network of Public Health Institutes.The cornerstone of the initiative is the Built Environment and Public Health Clearinghouse , an online repository of educational resources and tools for cross-sector professional development. (PDF - 160 KB)
- The City of Chicago’s Healthy Chicago 2020 and the County of San Diego: Live Well San Diego! both released reports modeled after the NPS.
- The National Association of Counties endorsed the NPS and supports its implementation across all levels of government and in communities.
- The National Association of County and City Health Officials the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials have created tools to enhance implementation at state and local levels.The Association of State and Territorial Health Officials also released Implementing the National Prevention Strategy: 2013 State Partners Meetings Overview (PDF) which describes efforts to support the NPS at the state level.
- The National Forum for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention is aligning its priorities with the NPS.
- The Institute of Medicine has released two reports, For the Public’s Health: Investing in a Healthier Future and Primary Care and Public Health: Exploring Integration to Improve Population Health , making recommendations that build upon the National Prevention Council’s efforts and the NPS.