This report offers a series of case studies on shared staffing arrangements in local public health organizations. These cases, which are located in Massachusetts, Iowa and Oregon, were selected for study based on a national environmental scan of arrangements in place and with attention to variation in location, size of jurisdictions, and type of local government. The shared positions covered in these case studies run the gamut from health directors to physicians, nurses, inspectors, social workers, and administrative staff.
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- Fiscal and Service Issues: Shared staffing approaches may be helpful in filling gaps, or in some cases, enabling the provision of services that would not have been feasible in the absence of the partnered approach.
- Rural / Small Jurisdictions: Shared staffing approaches may facilitate qualification for grant funding that may not be available to an individual health department on its own, whether due to the smaller population served or a lack of in-house capacity and resources.
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- Fiscal and Service Implications / Phase Two: Provides case studies to demonstrate how shared staffing approaches may be helpful in filling gaps, or in some cases, enabling the provision of services that would not have been feasible in the absence of the partnered approach.