A Vision for Michigan. What A Strategic Plan for Heart Disease and Stroke Means for You!. Questions Worth Answering. Why does Michigan need a heart disease and stroke (HDS) strategic plan? What does the HDS strategic plan contain? How can organizations use the HDS strategic plan?.
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What A Strategic Plan for Heart Disease and Stroke Means for You!
Age-adjusted five-year mortality rates for stroke by county, 2002-2006.Source: MDCH Vital Statistics
Age-adjusted prevalence of having up to seven risk factors among adults, 18 and over, in Michigan, 2007.Source: Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Survey (BRFS)
What Your Organization Can Do!
Heart Disease & Stroke Epidemiology
Christi Demitz, MSW
MiCA, Worksite Initiatives
Patricia Heiler, MPH
Hypertension, Hyperlipidemia & Sodium Reduction Initiatives
Henry Miller, MPH
firstname.lastname@example.orgQuestionsHeart Disease and Stroke Prevention UnitVelma Theisen, MSN, RN, Unit Managertheisenv@michigan.govwww.michigan.gov/cvh
Stroke Registry, Quality Improvement Initiatives
EMS, Stroke & STEMI Initiatives