This case study describes the formation of the Eastern Highlands Health District in Mansfield, Connecticut. Ten towns were involved. The case study provides how and why the agreement was formed, making the case for sharing services. It defines a shared services model, and discusses obstacles, benefits and key takeaways.
It is included in the CJS Resource Library under the categories listed below. Select a link to find other resources in that category.
- Background / History: The document describes the entities involved in forming a health district and the impetus for sharing services.
- Change Management: The document describes the process in forming the health district and how the case for sharing services was made.
- Regionalization: The document describes the forming of a health district.
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- Change Management / Phase Two: The document describes the process in forming the health district and how the case for sharing services was made.
- Implementation and Management / Phase Three: The document describes how a shared health district was formed and implemented in Connecticut.