Steps to a Healthier New Orleans worked to reduce the burden of chronic illnesses by promoting healthier lifestyles.
A team from LPHI provided critical technical assistance to several primary care community clinics in the New Orleans area. This is part of a larger effort to shift providers to a system of interoperable electronic medical records.
After the hurricanes of 2005, LPHI used partnerships and mapping technology to help meet the need for timely, accurate population estimates.
Public health evidence demonstrates that the most dominant driver of overall population health is the interplay of people’s behavior with their environment.
The Louisiana Campaign for Tobacco-Free Living (TFL) serves as a model for how community partnerships can reach across Louisiana.
The Primary Care Access and Stabilization Grant is strengthening access to quality health care in Greater New Orleans.
LPHI’s Division of Media and Communications devised and implemented a full marketing/communications plan for several neighborhood clinics in New Orleans. The goal of the plan was to raise awareness of the clinics, increase patient volume, and help patients establish primary medical homes for regular care.
LPHI addresses health disparities by helping communities develop solutions based on the needs of their unique populations.
TFL created the “Equal Air for All” campaign to guide the development of its 2010 and 2011 media and outreach efforts.
As a partner of The Regional Planning Commission’s Greater New Orleans Pedestrian & Bicycle Program (RPC), LPHI coordinated the official opening of the Wisner Boulevard pedestrian and bicycle trail in New Orleans.
CCBC is developing and evaluating a chronic care management system for the entire New Orleans area.