2016 National Meeting: Does CJS Change Performance Effectiveness and Efficiency?

The Center for Sharing Public Health Services held its 2016 national meeting in St. Louis on September 7-9. The meeting was entitled Answering the Question: Does Cross-Jurisdictional Sharing Change Performance Effectiveness and Efficiency. The goal of the meeting was to begin to understand how best to measure the impacts of cross-jurisdictional sharing (CJS).

Objectives for the meeting included:

  1. Discussing how the four Implementation and Impact Measurement Program sites are measuring their efforts.
  2. Describing the adequacy and limitations of the Center’s current impact measurement model, including:
    a. Determining how to capture qualitative improvements that result from CJS.
    b. Identifying measurements of interest to CJS stakeholders and partners.
    c. Identifying improvements to the impact measurement model.
  3. Understanding the nexus between CJS measurements and current trends in public health organization and structure.

 


Plenary presentations from the meeting are below:

 
Presentations from the four Implementation and Impact Measurement Program sites are below: