Service Implications / Phase Two / Roadmap

Questions related to service implications in sharing arrangements should be addressed in Phase Two of the Roadmap to Develop Cross-Jurisdictional Sharing Initiatives.

Examples of issues to consider:

  • Does the plan achieve a balance between increasing efficiency and effectiveness?
  • Will public health essential services be provided in a manner that meets or exceeds current levels of performance?
  • What are the policies and procedures for the services that will be shared?
  • What are the reporting requirements for the services that will be shared?
  • What are the potential and existing funding streams?

 
Resources to help answer these questions can be found below the line.
 
For an overview of the Roadmap or to find resources for another phase or area, select a link from the list below:

 
The resources are part of the Center’s CJS Resource Library, which contains best practices, lessons learned and tools that can help jurisdictions considering or adopting cross-jurisdictional sharing (CJS) arrangements. While most tools and resources in the library primarily focus on public health CJS, some address public sector CJS more broadly.
 
The following icons in the resource title signify:

The resource is a tool.
The resource is an example document from an actual cross-jurisdictional sharing initiative.
The resource is a report.
The resource is an article.
The resource is a webinar, video or audio file.
The resource is a website.
 


Service Implications / Phase Two / Roadmap

Questions related to service implications in sharing arrangements should be addressed in Phase Two of the Roadmap to Develop Cross-Jurisdictional Sharing Initiatives.

Examples of issues to consider:

  • Does the plan achieve a balance between increasing efficiency and effectiveness?
  • Will public health essential services be provided in a manner that meets or exceeds current levels of performance?
  • What are the policies and procedures for the services that will be shared?
  • What are the reporting requirements for the services that will be shared?
  • What are the potential and existing funding streams?

 
Resources to help answer these questions can be found below the line.
 
For an overview of the Roadmap or to find resources for another phase or area, select a link from the list below:

 
The resources are part of the Center’s CJS Resource Library, which contains best practices, lessons learned and tools that can help jurisdictions considering or adopting cross-jurisdictional sharing (CJS) arrangements. While most tools and resources in the library primarily focus on public health CJS, some address public sector CJS more broadly.
 
The following icons in the resource title signify:

The resource is a tool.
The resource is an example document from an actual cross-jurisdictional sharing initiative.
The resource is a report.
The resource is an article.
The resource is a webinar, video or audio file.
The resource is a website.
 


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