North Dakota Tests Innovative Health IT Approaches to Improve Hypertension Identification and Control in Workplaces
Highlights a hypertension identification and control project in North Dakota. The program expanded blood pressure screening access to rural and tribal communities; leveraged health information technology; and included partnerships with local health departments, emergency medical services, health systems, and health insurance companies. Summarizes the program's strategies and activities, results, lessons learned, and recommendations.
Association of State and Territorial Health Officials
American Indian, Alaska Native, or Native Hawaiian · Cardiovascular disease · Chronic disease management · Health information technology · Health screening · Networking and collaboration · North Dakota