Cross ROADS Initiative: Cross-jurisdictional Resources and Opportunities to Advance the Delivery of Services

These presentation slides present the applicability of various models for local boards of health considering resource sharing, up to and including consolidation. Service-sharing initiatives in other states demonstrate how to identify quantifiable benefits and costs that occur as a result of resource sharing, and how to determine the factors that should inform the geographic design under which local boards of health may share or combine services.

Available online: http://phsharing.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/CrossROADSInitiative.pdf

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  • Research and Evaluation: 1. Understand the applicability of various models for local boards of health considering resource sharing, up to and including combining; 2. Learn from other service-sharing initiatives both in West Virginia and in other states; 3. Identify quantifiable benefits and costs that occur as a result of resource sharing; and 4. Determine the factors that should inform the geographic design under which local boards of health may share services and/or combine.

 
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  • Monitoring and Improving / Phase Three: 1. Understand the applicability of various models for local boards of health considering resource sharing, up to and including combining; 2. Learn from other service-sharing initiatives both in West Virginia and in other states; 3. Identify quantifiable benefits and costs that occur as a result of resource sharing; and 4. Determine the factors that should inform the geographic design under which local boards of health may share services and/or combine.