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Strategic Redirection of OMH, 1998

Executive retreat, agency-wide deliberations on draft paper on new   vision/policy/strategy/action (1998)
Senior Staff reviews, briefings & deliberations (1999-2001)
Policy/Action items approved (Oct 2001)

 

New OMH Leadership appointed in 1998.  In addition, the President had committed the Nation to eliminating health disparities, and Secretary Shalala and Surgeon General/ASH David Satcher were drawing national attention to the Healthy People 2010 health disparity elimination goal and leading the effort to develop an HHS response.

 

A strategic planning process was initiated starting with an Executive retreat and agency-wide deliberations on draft paper describing a new, unified minority health vision/policy/strategy/action agenda (1998).

 

Senior staff reviews, briefings, and deliberations occurred during 1999 -2001 (CIO Directors; Minority Health Coordinators (1999-2000), Senior Staff briefings & deliberations (Jan Aug 2001)).

 

Policy/Action items approved (Oct 2001).