Sodium reduction
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      Funded programs can play a role in reducing population-based sodium consumption by implementing policy and systems changes in communities. Policy- and systems-level interventions, such as changes to procurement policies at the state, local, and organizational levels as well as community and clinical interventions, will ultimately affect adults who have high blood pressure.

      The purpose of this document is to give funded programs working on sodium reduction a list of potential indicators to explore for planning and evaluation purposes. Multiple indicators can be chosen as outcomes for logic models and measures for companion evaluation plans. This Indicators Spotlight should be used with the Expert Panel Indicator Ratings Table and Indicator Profiles found in Outcome Indicators for Policy and Systems Change: Controlling High Blood Pressure.

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