Final Report on the Feasibility of Administration Consolidation Among Health Districts 2, 4, and Central Michigan

This report, prepared by a steering committee comprised of county commissioners, health officers, public health administrators, medical directors and an outside consulting firm, provides results from a fiscal- and programs-related review focused on consolidation options for three health districts in Michigan.

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It is included in the CJS Resource Library under the categories listed below. Select a link to find other resources in that category.

  • Consolidation: This report reviewed health department consolidation issues and options.
  • Fiscal and Service Issues: This report reviewed financial aspects of agency consolidation.
  • Governance: This report reviewed political aspects and issues of agency consolidation.
  • Legal Issues: This report reviewed legal aspects and issues of agency consolidation.

 

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  • Logistical Issues / Phase Two: This feasibility study focused on: an overview of the programs and services in District 2, District 4, and Central Michigan Health Departments; health department consolidation issues and options, administrative and organizational issues, legal and political aspects of merger, merging personnel systems, financial aspects of agency consolidation, and implementing a merger issues and steps.

 

Gini Associates. (1996). Final Report on the Feasibility of Administration Consolidation Among Health Districts 2, 4, and Central Michigan. Ann Arbor, MI. Gini Associates.