This article is a preliminary summary of an environmental scan that looked at various forms of cross-jurisdictional sharing relationships already in place across the country, seeking to learn how and why they were created, how they are structured, and how well are they working. Based on data collected in site visits and interviews with policymakers and local public health leaders in seven states, it draws conclusions as to conditions necessary for the success of sharing arrangements and potential barriers to success.
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- Background / History: This summary review of an environmental scan discusses the variety of forms of cross-jurisdictional sharing relationships across the country and common factors necessary to their success, as well as potential barriers.
- Research and Evaluation: This article reports the results of an environmental scan of various forms of cross-jurisdictional sharing arrangements based on data collected by in-person interviews and site visits with two groups of key stakeholders – one comprised of national organizations of government officials and health-related associations, and the other comprised of state and local public health leaders and local policymakers in seven states. Conclusions are drawn about conditions necessary to the success of sharing relationships and potential barriers to success.
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- Legal Sharing Agreement / Phase Two: This article reports the results of an environmental scan of various forms of cross-jurisdictional sharing arrangements based on data collected by in-person interviews and site visits with two groups of key stakeholders.
Libbey, P., & Miyahara, B. (2011). Cross-Jurisdictional Relationships in Local Public Health: Preliminary Summary of an Environmental Scan. Retrieved April 11, 2013, from http://www.rwjf.org/content/dam/web-assets/2011/01/cross-jurisdictional-relationships-in-local-public-health