Whatever label comes to mind when you hear “Health Policy Institute of Ohio” – we hope it is accompanied by a feeling of trust, a clear connection to our vision to advance the health of all Ohioans, and a confidence that we are working to make the complex simpler and the solutions easier to achieve.
The Health Policy Institute of Ohio publishes a quarterly newsletter, HPIO Notes, to update its supporters on its recent work:
Health Policy Institute of Ohio
37 West Broad Street, Suite 350
Columbus, OH 43215-4198
In 2011, the HPIO Board of Directors approved a new three-year strategic plan.
Throughout this three year time frame, HPIO will inform health policy development through four strategic objectives:
HPIO will inform policy development in these four strategic objectives through three tactics:
The Health Policy Institute of Ohio is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that serves as Ohio’s nonpartisan, independent source for forecasting health trends, analyzing key health issues, and communicating current research to policymakers, state agencies and other decision-makers.
Since its founding in 2003, HPIO has become the state’s trusted source of information and leadership on health policy issues. In the past, Ohio decision makers often had to rely on data and analysis provided by interest groups with particular perspectives and agendas. HPIO’s mission is to provide nonpartisan, unbiased research, analysis and communication that enables policymakers to make the most informed decisions possible on matters that affect the health of all Ohioans.
To serve as a catalyst for health policy leadership and transformation that advances the health of Ohioans through non-partisan research, analysis, education and dialogue
Advancing the health of all Ohioans through informed policy decisions
Our work is guided by fundamental values that inform what we do and how we do our work: