Determining and Distributing the Costs of Shared Services (June 2014 Webinar)

The Center for Sharing Public Health Services presented a webinar in June 2014 that focused on issues associated with cost determination and allocation methods of shared public health services. The webinar was held in conjunction with the release of the Center’s publication Determining and Distributing Costs of Shared Public Health Services.

The discussion was led by Justin Marlowe, PhD, CGFM, Endowed Professor of Finance and Civic Engagement at the Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs at the University of Washington.

During the webinar, Dr. Marlowe described:

  • How cost determination methods may vary depending on the types of program or service that are shared.
  • Methods to allocate costs.
  • Negotiation strategies to achieve a cost allocation structure agreed upon by all parties.

 

Dr. Marlow’s presentation was proceeded by a foreword from Andrea Ducas, Program Officer at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, who provided a brief overview of RWJF’s new vision for building a culture of health in America.

Webinar speakers:

  • Justin Marlowe, PhD, CGFM, Endowed Professor of Finance and Civic Engagement at the Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs at the University of Washington
  • Andrea Ducas, Program Officer at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • Patrick Libbey, Co-Director, Center for Sharing Public Health Services
  • Gianfranco Pezzino, Co-Director, Center for Sharing Public Health Services

 

Download these items from the June 18, 2014, webinar:
PowerPoint slides (pdf)
Questions and Answers from the webinar

Watch a video of the webinar below.

Determining and Distributing the Costs of Shared Services (June 2014 Webinar)

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