Cross-jurisdictional sharing helps public health departments do their work better.
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Ten county health departments in Florida formed a regional information technology center that provides them with high quality, timely and affordable services that none of the counties could afford on their own.
Marion and Polk counties in Oregon were prompted to develop a formal cross-jurisdictional sharing (CJS) arrangement by the state’s public health modernization work. They currently have two intergovernmental agreements in place, and continue to identify additional challenges and opportunities that could be well-served by CJS.
Montgomery Township Health Department changed its staffing model to move from contracted nurses to a shared full-time public health nurse. This shift provides the capacity needed to effectively address outbreaks and otherwise enhances nursing functions for Montgomery and Branchburg Townships.
Featured Resource: COMPASS
COMPASS is an interactive online tool that walks through the step-by-step process of exploring, planning and implementing CJS arrangements. It follows the three phases of the Roadmap but dives deeper into each, providing additional resources such as videos, charts, surveys and timelines to help break down each phase into smaller sections.