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Public Health Advisory Council
The Public Health Advisory Council was established through Executive Order 2017-10. The Council acts in an advisory capacity to the Governor and the Director of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and is responsible for:
- Providing guidance and advice about emerging issues in public health, or other public health matters, as deemed appropriate, or as requested by the Governor or the Director of the Department.
- Develop and propose an action plan for implementing the recommendations set forth in the Report.
- Monitor the effectiveness of Michigan’s public health response system, particular in circumstances in which multiple government agencies are required to work in circumstances in which multiple government agencies are required to work in collaboration in response to a public health threat.
- Review multiagency efforts that support a One-Health approach (human health/animal health interface) to reduce duplication of effort by involved agencies and to form a unified communications strategy when addressing public health concerns.