This is a template that can be used by jurisdictions to formalize the provision of and specify reimbursement for the costs for sharing public health services. It was developed by the Central Massachusetts Regional Public Health Alliance, which was part of the Center’s Shared Services Learning Community.
This memorandum of agreement is an example of a cross-border agreement among two California counties, the state of Baja California Mexico, the International Community Foundation, and Puentes de Esperanza Contra Tuberculosis, A.C.
The agreement outlines the responsibilities of the governing board that oversees operation of the new public health entity called Horizon Public Health.
This agreement to provide public health services is between a city health department and county health district. It specifies the public health services that will be provided and includes a set dollar amount for those services.
This ordinance authorized a city official (the mayor) to enter into an agreement with the county health district to provide its health services because the city is without the ability to do so to meet the Ohio Revised Code and Sanitary Code. It also includes the agreement that outlines the provision of those public health […]
This is a contract outlining the agreement between Carson City and Douglas County in Nevada to share Community Health Nursing Services.
This is the shared services contract for Polk County Public Health and Norman-Mahnomen Public Health in Minnesota.
This document provides a template for a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for secure, electronic exchange of immunization information among governmental entities that operate a population-based Immunization Information System (IIS). It suggests terms and conditions that might be included in an MOU. However, laws that govern IIS vary among jurisdictions and modification may be needed to […]
The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) templates are a resource for local health departments to use to formalize medical director back-up coverage. The templates were developed as part of a Cross-Jurisdictional Sharing Project Grant funded by Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.