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IPLAN is a community health assessment and planning model designed to identify health problems and propose solutions through a comprehensive and ongoing process in which the community directs the decision-making under the guidance and leadership of the local health department (LHD). It is grounded in the core functions of public health and addresses the public health practice standards. This process results in a five-year community health plan, created at the local level, that addresses a minimum of three health priorities, with time-referenced, measurable impact and outcome objectives with appropriate intervention strategies. Successful completion of the IPLAN process fulfills one of the certification requirements for local health departments.

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