Exploring Shared Service Collaboration in Wisconsin Local Public Health Agencies: A Review of the Literature

This report summarizes driving forces for shared services including emergency preparedness, accreditation and economics from Massachusetts; Illinois; Washington, DC; Kansas; Utah; Missouri; Connecticut; and Wisconsin.

Konkle, K. (2009). Exploring Shared Service Collaboration in Wisconsin Local Public Health Agencies: A Review of the Literature. Madison, WI: Institute for Wisconsin’s Health Inc.

This resource is available online: http://phsharing.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Exploring-Shared-Services-Literature-Review.pdf

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

  • Fiscal and Service Issues: The report looks at how financial incentives can play a role in local participation in non-mandated regionalization in Wisconsin, Kansas, Utah, Missouri, and Connecticut.
  • Preparedness / Emergency Response: This report looks at reasons for developing regional collaboration, factors related to governance and sustainability, their impact on preparedness, and their impact on the broader public health system for emergency preparedness in Kansas; Massachusetts; Illinois; and Washington, DC.

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  • Fiscal and Service Implications / Phase Two: The report looks at how financial incentives can play a role in local participation in non-mandated regionalization in Wisconsin, Kansas, Utah, Missouri, and Connecticut.