OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma health officials plan to get feedback from communities across the state on the Oklahoma Health Improvement Plan.
The Aug. 20 meeting will focus on the Oklahoma Health Equity Campaign. Community forums have been held across the state to get feedback from Oklahomans concerning what they thought most affected their health status.
The presentation will provide an overview of the plan, and the public is invited to learn about it and the current update process, as well as how to connect with the plan on the local level.
James Allen, director of partnerships for health improvement at the Oklahoma Department of Health, will be guest speaker. Allen has 16 years of population health experience in public health, behavioral health and higher education.