My Healthy Arizona

Because Population Health is a TEAM Sport.

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Activating My Healthy Arizona Teams in the Reality Health GAMES 2022-2023

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My Healthy Arizona™ is a new type of Chamber of Health system and mixed media platform produced and developed by The Force for Health® Network, an AZ-based company focused on solutions for improving population health outcomes for individuals and leaders that care.

This initiative will be hosted by Lucy Howell, CEO Of the The Force for Health, as the state’s South Region TEAM Leader, and Denise Meridith, CEO, the World’s Best Connectors, who will be leading the state’s North Region TEAM, and will include both in–person and virtual attendance options. 

Updates from Arizona Statewide Resources

Rabies Prevention in Navajo County

We are excited to have guest author Rhonda Krouse, Code Enforcement Division Manager for the Navajo County Public Health Services District with important information for Arizonans who reside in or plan to visit northern Arizona about an increase in rabies cases.  During the summer months, it’s crucial to be aware of the increased risk of […]

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Back To School: Healthy Kids, Healthy Schools

Another school year is quickly approaching and many Arizonans are preparing to send their kids back to the classroom. It’s important that we all work together to provide a supportive environment to help students thrive physically, mentally, and academically.  Below are some back-to-school reminders and resources to help make this transition a bit easier.  Birth […]

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Monsoon season in Arizona can bring cooler temps, along with high winds and flash floods

Monsoon season began last weekend, and while the season might bring cooler temperatures, it also creates perfect conditions for weather hazards like heavy rain, flash floods, high winds, and dust storms.  High winds and dust storms can affect air quality, driving conditions, and can increase the chance of contracting water-borne illnesses.  Air quality Microscopic dust […]

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How Arizona State Hospital staff model compassion to promote quality care

The Arizona State Hospital (ASH) hosts monthly Lunch and Learn sessions to help employees stay up-to-date on current approaches to inpatient psychiatric treatment. This helps ensure every member of our team is providing consistent, high-quality care to the people we treat. All ASH staff are trained on the following important principles of patient care and […]

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Injury Prevention is Everyone’s Business – Focus on Fall Prevention

Each year, the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) observes National Trauma Awareness Month in May. This year’s theme, Injury Prevention is Everyone’s Business, emphasizes that injury prevention is a collaborative effort.  Emergency medical services (EMS), first responders, healthcare providers, trauma centers, legal systems, educators, and the community all play a role in helping to […]

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