Why is there so much difference in the health of residents in one county compared to other counties in the same state? In this report, the County Health Rankings & Roadmaps program explores how wide gaps are throughout Georgia and what is driving those differences. This information can help Georgia state leaders as they identify ways for everyone to have a fair chance to lead the healthiest life possible. Specifically, this document can help state leaders understand: 1. What health gaps are and why they matter 2. The size and nature of the health gaps among counties within Georgia 3. What factors are influencing the health of residents, and 4. What state and local communities can do to address health gaps.
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Title: Georgia Health Gaps Report: What's Driving Health Differences Across the State and How Can Those Gaps Be Closed?
Publication date 2015-11-17
Publication Year 2015
, Julie Willems Van Dijk
, Marjory Givens
University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute
, University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute
North America / United States (Southern) / Georgia
, county health
, fair chance
, housing problems
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