The Toolkit Trilogy brings together data and evidence-based preventive strategies to support decision-making to improve chronic disease health outcomes. Partners, coalitions, and communities can come together to discuss the meaning of the data, the use of evidence-based prevention, and the clinical and community perspectives to influence how and where changes are incorporated into the community effectively.
MONAHRQ® Data Guide for Preventable Hospitalizations (6.79MB, .pdf)
MONAHRQ® Data Guide for Preventable Hospitalizations- Quick Tips (602k, .pdf)
Evidence suggests that hospital admissions for certain chronic diseases are potentially avoidable, in part, through better preventive health care and disease self-management. The guide provides projected cost savings for chronic disease hospitalizations that could have been avoided through improved clinical and community services.
Evidenced-Based Strategies and Preventive Services (374k, .pdf)
One of the most important ways we can improve health care in Oklahoma is to provide appropriate, effective preventive clinical services and community strategies. This guide presents evidence-based strategies, clinical guidelines, and innovative practices proven to improve the health of the population.
Chronic Disease in Oklahoma Data Book (4.7M, .pdf)
Relationships exist between chronic diseases, risk factors, and populations at risk. Coalitions, health care providers, community leaders, and policy makers can examine these relationships using the Chronic Disease Data Book to identify their community needs, target resources, and track the impact of programmatic and policy interventions.