The Center for Sharing Public Health Services met with members of the Shared Services Learning Community (SSLC) in Kansas City in March 2013. The purpose of the meeting was to build community and review the existing evidence about factors attributed to successful CJS arrangements.
Katie Wehr, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Why Public Health Matters
Gianfranco Pezzino, Center for Sharing Public Health Services
Shared Services Learning Community
Ron Carlee, International City/County Management Association (ICMA)
Creating and Sharing Knowledge: Getting the Most from the Shared Services Learning Community
A vibrant and synergistic learning community is built on its members’ active commitment to sharing knowledge, experiences and perspectives across different organizations and sectors. Conference participants were urged to focus on how individual members can most effectively contribute.
Justeen Hyde, Institute for Community Health
Cross-Jurisdictional Service Sharing: What Makes it Work?
The existing evidence base can inform strategies and decisions regarding activities related to CJS arrangements. Research findings that describe factors attributed by policymakers and public health officials to successful CJS efforts were reviewed.
- A County Managers Guide to Shared Services
- Success Factors for Implementing Shared Services in Government
- CJS Relationships in Public Health
- Literature Bibliography
- The Basics of Navigating Twitter
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