This chart provides a visual overview of service program team leads and oversight committee responsibility for the Horizon Community Health Board (MN) Performance Management System.
Available online (pdf): http://www.phsharing.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/HorizonB-2011PerfManSys.pdf
The document is part of a package that details activities by five counties exploring restructuring of their public health departments in order to assure the current and future presence of a strong public health system to serve residents and their communities. Select this link for a restructuring timeline and links to more Horizon restructuring documents.
It is included in the CJS Resource Library under the categories listed below. Select a link to find other resources in that category.
- Change Management: The Horizon (MN) restructuring materials include a focus by the restructuring committee on change management activities to foster communication and involve public health staff from the three public health departments, commissioners from the five counties, the general public, and public health community partners.
- Governance: The Horizon (MN) restructuring materials include a focus by the restructuring committee on governance.
- Preparedness / Emergency Response: The Horizon (MN) restructuring materials include information on integrating emergency preparedness infrastructure.
- Quality Improvement: The Horizon (MN) restructuring materials include a focus by the restructuring committee on implementing quality improvement initiatives and activities to maximize program-specific performance infrastructure.
This resource is also linked to the Roadmap. Select a link below to read more about each area.
- What? / Phase One: The Horizon (MN) restructuring materials provide an overview of the goals of five counties that are considering integrating three public health departments into one.
- Who? / Phase One: The Horizon (MN) restructuring materials provide an overview and are inclusive of the various stakeholders who would be affected by integration: public health staff, commissioners from the five county boards, public health community partners and the general public.