This user guide focuses on how comprehensive tobacco control programs can promote cessation through population-wide efforts. According to Best Practices 2014, “encouraging and helping tobacco users to quit is the quickest approach to reducing tobacco-related disease, death, and healthcare costs.” Population-based interventions can dramatically increase access to proven cessation treatment and help more people quit for good. This guide offers program staff and partners information on how to promote health systems change, improve insurance coverage for cessation treatment, and support state quitlines.
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Economics, Materials, Policy & Legislation, Smoking, Healthcare, Health Systems
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