The Health Policy Institute of Ohio has released its inaugural Health Value Dashboard.
The HPIO Health Value Dashboard shows that Ohio’s health value rank is 47, with Ohioans living less healthy lives and spending more on health care than people in most other states. Improving health value means consumers have access to healthcare services that are affordable, employers pay less money for their employee’s health care, Ohio’s workforce is stronger, healthier and more productive, and Ohioans live longer and healthier lives.
HPIO partnered with the University of Cincinnati Economics Center to compile and rank the data for the dashboard. The metrics were selected by a wide array of experts who participated in the advisory group and workgroups convened by HPIO.
The HPIO Health Value Dashboard:
Complete Report (36 pages)
Overview (2 pages)
Source: Health Policy Institute of Ohio