January 2014 SSLC Meeting

The Center for Sharing Public Health Services met with members of the Shared Services Learning Community (SSLC) in San Diego in January 2014. The purpose of the meeting was to support work in progress through learning opportunities and peer discussions.

Presentations


Katie Wehr, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Welcome


Gianfranco Pezzino, Center for Sharing Public Health Services
A Roadmap to Sharing Agreements

The Center for Sharing Public Health Services has created a Roadmap to Develop Cross-Jurisdictional Sharing Initiatives to help guide jurisdictions through the process of considering or establishing cross-jurisdictional sharing (CJS) arrangements. Following a presentation on the Roadmap, each team explained an achievement or challenge they have experienced to date, using the “Roadmap” as a common framework to describe their efforts.


Nancy Young, Institute for Wisconsin’s Health, Inc.
Service Sharing and Tribal Health Departments: Initial Considerations

Nancy Young, executive director of the Institute for Wisconsin’s Health, focuses on general issues related to CJS arrangements among local and tribal governments. In related presentations, Carol Rollins, environmental health director with the Ho-Chunk Nation Department of Health, and Christine Hovell, health officer with Jackson County Public Health, describe their specific experiences.

 

This video combines the PowerPoint slides with video and audio from the presentation. To see the slides only, select this link: Service Sharing and Tribal Health Departments: Initial Considerations


Matthew Stefanak, Retired Health Commissioner of Mahoning County (OH) District Board of Health
Cross-Jurisdictional Sharing of Public Health Services: Some Financial Considerations

Matthew Stefanak, retired health commissioner of Mahoning County (OH) District Board of Health, reviews considerations related to the costs and financing of shared public health services.

 

This video combines the PowerPoint slides with video and audio from the presentation. To see the slides only, select this link: Cross-Jurisdictional Sharing of Public Health Services: Some Financial Considerations


Catherine Gerard, Maxwell School of Syracuse University
Collaboration Across Boundaries: Ten Compelling Ideas

Catherine Gerard, Maxwell School of Syracuse University, focuses on the skills and capacities that support shared leadership, in addition to strategies to develop and employ them.

 


This video combines the PowerPoint slides with video and audio from the presentation. To see the slides only, select this link: Collaboration Across Boundaries: Ten Compelling Ideas

Other materials from Catherine Gerard

  • O’Leary, R. & Gerard, C. (2012). Collaboration Across Boundaries: Insights and Tips from Federal Senior Executives. Washington, DC: IBM Center for the Business of Government. Available online.
  • O’Leary, R., Choi, Yujin, & Gerard, C. (2012). The Skill Set of the Successful Collaborator. Public Administration Review, 72(S1), 570-583. Available online.
  • O’Leary, R. & Gerard, C. (2012). Collaborative Governance and Leadership: A 2012 Survey of Local Government Collaboration. In The Municipal Year Book 2013. Washington, DC: International City/County Management Association. Available online.

 


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