What is a Best Practice?
AMCHP defines “best practices” as a continuum of practices, programs and policies that range from emerging to promising to those that have been extensively evaluated and proven effective, i.e. best practice. A best practice could focus on the health of women, adolescents, young children, families, or children with special health care needs. Focus areas include preconception care, mental health, data and assessment, financing, program and system integration, workforce development, injury prevention, emergency preparedness, family involvement, or other public health issues. To learn more, visit here.