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Future Directions for the CDS
With funded states and other partners, CDC aims to
nationwide program to improve the quality of life for people affected by
expert recommendations to move state programs from building capacity to
implementing programs on a wider scale. CDC will focus on providing
effective programs through groups that already work with people with
arthritis. Examples include networks of aging services agencies, cooperative
extension programs, large health care systems, and large employers.
model dissemination efforts that can be replicated in other states, as well
as models for working with partners at state, regional, and national levels.
innovative interventions that meet the needs of diverse populations.
collaboratively with other chronic disease programs at federal and state