WEBINAR — Success Factors for Cross-Jurisdictional Sharing: What Does It Take to Succeed?

Overview:

By collaborating with other jurisdictions and sharing capacity and services in cross-jurisdictional sharing (CJS) arrangements, public health departments can create economies of scale that make the most of existing resources. And yet, even the strongest partnerships can be challenged when engaging in a collaboration. In this webinar, senior staff from the Center for Sharing Public Health Services described 10 factors that promote successful CJS efforts, along with field-based examples of each one.

Webinar Resources:

Download the webinar slides: Success Factors for CJS: What Does It Take to Succeed?
Learn more about the Success Factors.
 

Q & A Resources:

Participants asked several questions during the webinar. Two questions are shown below, along with links to resources relevant to the questions.

  1. When it comes to getting senior staff to communicate their buy-in, how can you help get them to do that?
  2. Broad question – 10 years from now, what do you think the level of uptake of CJS arrangements will be? Are there certain key drivers we should keep an eye on?

 


Webinar Objectives:

  1. Describe the success factors.
  2. Understand how the presence and absence of each can affect the establishment of a CJS arrangement.

 

Webinar Speakers:

Gianfranco Pezzino
Director
Center for Sharing Public Health Services

Grace Gorenflo
Senior Project Consultant
Center for Sharing Public Health Services

Pat Libbey
Senior Project Consultant
Center for Sharing Public Health Services