Health in All Policies

Health in all Policies (HiAP) is a change in the systems that determine how decisions are made and implemented by local, state, and federal government to ensure that policy decisions have neutral or beneficial impacts on the determinants of health. HiAP emphasizes the need to collaborate across sectors to achieve common health goals, and is an innovative approach to the processes through which policies are created and implemented.

NACCHO's Environmental Health in All Policies (EHiAP) Project aims to increase awareness among decision makers and other stakeholders about the environmental public health implications of policies and to build the capacity of local health departments to be involved in cross-sector work with the goal of improving the health of the community.

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February 2017 NACCHO Report: Health in All Policies (HiAP)

Key findings from an assessment on HiAP initiatives led by or involviing a local health department.

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February 2017 NACCHO Report: Health in All Policies (HiAP)

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NACCHO Exchange Spring 2014 Issue: HiAP

This issue of NACCHO Excange covers Health In All Policies and how your LHD can get involved.

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NACCHO Exchange Spring 2014 Issue: HiAP

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Webinar - Implementing HiAP at the Local Level

The webinar showcased the implementation of HiAP in three U.S. cities. Click to learn more.

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Webinar - Implementing HiAP at the Local Level