Cross-Jurisdictional Approaches to Meeting PHAB Standards and Achieving Accreditation

This commentary reviews cross-jurisdictional service sharing as one possible approach with the potential to enhance the quantity and quality of public health services available at the local level, improve efficient use of resources, and increase accreditation readiness.

Available online (pdf): http://journals.lww.com/jphmp/Fulltext/2014/01000/Cross_Jurisdictional_Approaches_to_Meeting_PHAB.36.aspx

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  • Accreditation / Essential Services: This commentary examines how cross-jurisdictional sharing can help public health departments and their partners improve services and capabilities, which may assist in their providing essential services and pursuing accreditation.

Pezzino, G., Libbey, P., & Nicola, B. (2014). Cross-Jurisdictional Approaches to Meeting PHAB Standards and Achieving Accreditation. Journal of Public Health Management & Practice, 20(1) 138-140.