Making Wisconsin the Healthiest State
Improving health requires understanding how healthy we are today, choosing priorities, implementing evidence-based strategies,
evaluating existing policies and programs, and engaging partners across all sectors. The Making Wisconsin the Healthiest State
project seeks to help us understand and improve health across Wisconsin -- where are we doing well? Where do we need to improve?
Where should we focus? What works to improve health?
This project is supported by the Wisconsin
Partnership Program, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, and has three primary aims:
Measure, Assess and Report on Wisconsin’s Health and Health Disparities
Support Local Efforts in Health Improvement
Support Statewide Impact on Policy, Systems, and Environmental Changes for Health
Analyze common priorities in community health improvement plans across the state and share findings to connect communities
working on common objectives.
Engage business leaders to identify health improvement priorities and develop targeted materials to drive action by business
to improve health.
Explore opportunities to support infrastructure investments for health by convening representatives of federal and local
financial institutions with leaders in community health improvement.
Healthiest State Archived Materials
Project Leader: Karen Timberlake