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The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources Bureau for Public Health has assembled a Public Health Impact Task Force (PHIT) to redefine the mission of public health in West Virginia
State Health Officer and Commissioner for the Bureau for Public Health Dr. Rahul Gupta commissioned the PHIT with membership comprising of representatives from the Bureau for Public Health, local health departments, private and public partner organizations and legislators.
The PHIT is expected to make recommendations to define structural and organizational changes required to revolutionize the public health system in West Virginia. The work of the PHIT will impact the lives of West Virginians by positioning the State's public health system to more effectively and efficiently work with communities to improve health while addressing today's health concerns.
The PHIT meetings are to be open to the public and those interested in observing and/or providing public comment are welcome to attend.
For resources, including Meeting Schedule, Operating Procedures and Guidelines, Membership List, and Meeting Agendas click here.
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