Current and Planned Shared Service Arrangements Among Wisconsin’s Local and Tribal Health Departments

This three-page brief overviews current and planned shared service arrangements among local and tribal health departments in Wisconsin. It reports on rate of sharing, motivations, and reported outcomes.

Available online (pdf): http://www.publichealthsystems.org/projects/current-and-planned-shared-service-arrangements-among-wisconsins-local-and-tribal-health

Related journal article available online: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24399279

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

  • Environmental Issues: The document addresses licensing and inspection issues.
  • Fiscal and Service Issues: Fiscal issues are noted as the most commonly cited reason for shared services.
  • Research and Evaluation: The document provides an overview of ongoing research processes and findings in Wisconsin.
  • Tribal Issues: In an effort to improve public health services, the document looks at current and planned shared service arrangements among local and tribal health departments in Wisconsin.

 
This resource is also linked to the Roadmap. Select a link below to read more about each area.

  • Why? / Phase One:In an effort to improve public health services, the document looks at current and planned shared service arrangements among local and tribal health departments in Wisconsin.
  • What? / Phase One: The document looks at the rate of sharing, motivations, and reported outcomes.
  • Fiscal and Service Implications / Phase Two: Fiscal issues are noted as the most commonly cited reason for shared services.

 

Young, N. (2012). Current and Planned Shared Service Arrangements Among Wisconsin’s Local and Tribal Health Departments. Madison, WI: Institute for Wisconsin’s Health, Inc.