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Department of Health, Indiana

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The Department of Health is an agency in Indiana.

The purpose of the Indiana State Department of Health is to support the state's economic well-being and quality of life by promoting, protecting and providing for the health of Illinoisans.[1]

Budget

Funding from 2008 through 2012 for the State Department of Health are as follows:[2]

Year Funds Amount
2008-2009 Actual Expenditures $334,922,911
2009-2010 Actual Expenditures $325,981,204
2011-2012 Requested $346,763,241
2012-2013 Requested $343,689,431
2011-2012 Recommended $346,763,241
2012-2013 Recommended $343,689,431

Programs

The Department provides services areas such as Chronic Disease, Environmental Public Health, Food Protection, Maternal and Child Health, and Minority Health.[3]

Transparency

The Indiana Transparency Portal reports on the State's spending and operations.[4]


External links

References