OTPC Standing Committees
Business. Charged with developing collaborative relationships with businesses to enhance the health and wellness of all Oklahomans through initiatives such as the Oklahoma Certified Healthy Business program.
Data. Charged with identifying methods to assess and use available data for public health decision-making and to collaboratively gather community data from traditional and non-traditional sources that can be used for public health decisions.
Communications. Charged with developing stories for local partnership publications and identifying ways to effectively engage the print and broadcast media in sharing public health information with the public; and charged with developing the knowledge base and competencies needed by local partners to address local public health outcomes.
Policy. Charged with receiving input from community partnerships on state policy issues that may impact local health improvement efforts, developing recommendations on state policy changes, and collaborating with other organizations and taking action on policy issues that may impact the health of Oklahomans on a statewide basis.
Public/Private Financing. Charged with identifying methods to use current public health funds to compliment local public health objectives. Developing tools for blending public/private funds to achieve shared health objectives. Identifying other sources for public/private funds for public health improvement.