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For some time, the Collaborative has been gathering practical evidence on how state tobacco control programs can support widespread, sustainable changes in all provider practices, hospitals, and health centers.

With support from CDC, the Collaborative developed Improving Health Care Systems to Reduce Tobacco Use: Lessons Learned from States, and its companion document, Improving Health Care Systems to Reduce Tobacco Use: Promising Practices Case Studies.

Lessons Learned from States briefly describes state initiatives to improve health care systems for treating tobacco use. The report synthesizes strategies used, barriers experienced, and lessons learned across 23 projects funded by 12 states.

Promising Practices Case Studies, the companion document, provides in-depth case studies of the 23 projects described in the Lessons Learned summary report.

For a brief overview of these reports, please see our Executive Summary

For more examples of health systems projects, please see our Practice Showcase page. 


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