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Using Evidence-Based Programs
By focusing efforts on "what works," communities and programs are better able to improve participants'health and well-being. To boost the potential of an evidence-based program, it often needs to be implemented with fidelity. Factors such as how well a program's design fits with a community's needs affect how well an evidence-based program can be implemented. HHS's Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation has released three issue briefs that cover community readiness and contextual fit of programs, and using evidence-based constructs for program assessment. 

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