The Healthcare and Public Health Sector Challenges and Strategies to Conducting Sector Wide Assessments
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Our Healthcare and Public Health (HPH) sector is vast, complex and essential to virtually all other sectors of our nation’s infrastructure. Without a healthy workforce modern society quickly grinds to a halt. The often messy networks of healthcare providers, insurance companies, emergency departments, pharmaceutical manufactures and other equally important actors are bound together in fragile alliances to maintain and restore basic health. Thus the HPH sector becomes an important cog in the wheel of infrastructure, if for no other reason than everyone needs healthy workers.
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