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Yakama Service Unit Tribal Asthma Home Visit Program
Quality measures play a prominent role in the US health care system. They are used to monitor and report performance across health plans, providers, and health systems and are a foundational element of value-based payment.
Document (PDF, Word, Excel)
Mobile Care Chicago Avoiding Asthma Triggers & Allergen Exposure Handout
English, Document (PDF, Word, Excel), Education/Outreach Materials
Mobile Care Chicago Inhaler Spacer Use Handout
English, Document (PDF, Word, Excel), Education/Outreach Materials
Mobile Care Chicago Green Cleaning Handout
English, Document (PDF, Word, Excel), Education/Outreach Materials
Mobile Care Chicago Asthma Education Handout
English, Document (PDF, Word, Excel), Education/Outreach Materials
A series of videos covering common sources of asthma triggers.
The Standard provides health-based provisions to fill gaps where no property maintenance policy exists and also a complement to the International Property Maintenance Code and other policies already in use by local and state governments and federal agencies for the upkeep of existing homes. The Standard bridges the health and building code communities by putting modern public health information into housing code parlance. The Standard is written in code language to ease its adoption, although we anticipate that states, localities, and other users will tailor it to local conditions.
Asthma Friendly Policies, English, Reference Guide
This guide is designed to give an overview of the practices and strategies necessary for code enforcement programs to protect residents and preserve housing effectively. Each chapter addresses a specific component of code enforcement, and offers resources to assist jurisdictions in implementing programs.
English, Reference Guide, Home/Housing
This report proceeds to describe the cultural models that the public uses to think about housing and health. As all people have experiences with housing, it is not surprising that they bring a powerful set of cultural models to thinking about this topic. Some of these ways of thinking lead people to be concerned about housing issues, but at the same time limit people’s ability to recognize the types of solutions that are needed. Most critically, our research shows that people have a strong tendency to personalize housing issues, which in turn prevents them from seeing the structural sources of housing problems and dampens support for the policies and programs that can effectively address these problems.
English, Home/Housing, Other