Cross-jurisdictional sharing (CJS) has proven effective in a variety of situations across the country. A few case examples of CJS in action are below.
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.
Washington State Department of Health Immunization Program staff worked closely with the local health jurisdictions throughout the state to redesign program administration and enhance program integrity.
When the vision to consolidate three health departments became a reality, Public Health 3.0 was fully realized in Winnebago County.
In Nevada, an agreement between Douglas County and Carson City Health and Human Services, which began providing inspections in Douglas County, generated a strong environmental health services program that benefits both jurisdictions.
The Minnesota Department of Health used a grant award from the Center for Sharing Public Health Services to support local health departments throughout the state pursuing cross-jurisdictional sharing arrangements.