This document leads participants through an exercise to understand the various perspectives and points of view that could develop when considering CJS arrangements. It was developed for public health practitioners in Kansas, but would be relevant in other states as well. Available online: http://www.khi.org/policy/article/17-11
The purpose of this checklist is to help public health departments evaluate the appropriateness of sharing staff among two or more jurisdictions and communicate about staff sharing arrangements with elected and appointed officials so that these decision-makers can make sound policies about sharing staff. The tool outlines important considerations related to logistics, governance and organizational […]
This table provides guidance on how cross-jurisdictional sharing can contribute to national public health accreditation. It specifically shows capabilities and services that local health departments (LHDs) in Ohio are interested in sharing, by Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB) domain.
This is an example of a template for tracking contact information for partners.