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Tennessee State Health Plan: 2017-2018 Edition

Supports mission to improve the health of the people of Tennessee by developing Standards and Criteria for the Certificate of Need program, to ensure that affordable, high-quality healthcare is available. Examines differences between urban and rural areas in terms of social determinants of health and access to mental health services. Includes a description of the interplay between Tennessee faith-based organizations and health, and a list of Tennessee Vital Signs, 12 metrics to gauge Tennessee population health.
Tennessee Department of Health
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Access · Community and faith-based initiatives · Healthcare quality · Mental health · Policy · Rural-urban differences · Social determinants of health · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention · Tennessee