This organizational chart provides a visual overview of the Horizon Community Health Board (Minnesota). Select this link for a restructuring timeline and links to more Horizon restructuring documents.
This document provides a governance plan for the Cumberland District Public Health Council in Maine whose focus is making communities in its district among the healthiest in the state.
This is an agreement between a town and city creating a contractual arrangement for the city to provide specified public health services on behalf of the town.
In the spring/summer of 2014, the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) conducted a national survey to determine how local governments share administrative services, such as billing, information technology, purchasing, and finance and accounting in conjunction with running their public health departments. From the survey results, three jurisdictions were identified for case studies examining in greater […]
The National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) created this toolkit for local health departments to use in developing capacity to bill third party payers for immunization, STD, TB, HIV, and other clinical services. The toolkit contains around 300 resources that have been collected from state billing guides, the Centers for Medicare and […]
This document reports on a needs assessment conducted by Cabarrus Health Alliance and Guilford County Department of Public Health in North Carolina to assess the oral health needs of the underserved in the shared services area and to determine program capacity to meet those needs, as well as the finances, human resources, technology, and facilities […]
The goal of this session, presented at the 142nd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, is to share strategies developed from the practice-based experiences of 16 teams developing cross-jurisdictional sharing across the country that can be applied in other jurisdictions that are exploring or pursuing CJS. Available online (pdf): https://apha.confex.com/apha/142am/webprogram/Paper297979.html
Developed from the experiences of 16 teams across the country that are engaged in a range of activities related to exploring, developing, implementing, and/or improving cross-jurisdictional sharing, the goal of this session, presented at the 142nd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, is to share the critical issues that local health officials can […]
The goal of this session, presented at the 142nd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, was to learn about two models of CJS arrangements supported by the Center for Sharing Public Health Services and that involve different levels of integration. Horizon Community Health Board (Minnesota) was in the process of pursuing full integration […]
This tool helps interested parties explore whether one agency in a shared services agreement should take the role as fiscal agent or fiscal lead. It was developed by the Northwoods Shared Services Project in Wisconsin, a member of the Center’s Shared Services Learning Community.