December 2020 — Earlier this year, we decided to move forward with another round of funding through the Center’s 2020 Small Grants Program. We are pleased to announce that we have selected three grantees that are working on important CJS initiatives to advance health equity. However, the response to the CFP has left us wondering if our definition of cross-jurisdictional sharing is too narrow for the current times.
This report, prepared by a steering committee comprised of county commissioners, health officers, public health administrators, medical directors and an outside consulting firm, provides results from a fiscal- and programs-related review focused on consolidation options for three health districts in Michigan. E-mail email@example.com for more information about this publication.
This Inventory of Public Health Services Survey asks about the provision of public health services among rural jurisdictions in an effort to determine interest in working together. It can be used as an assessment tool to determine what public health services may be offered in some jurisdictions and not offered in others to initiate discussion […]
This document lists the priority areas identified by community health needs assessments conducted in different counties and shared health department programs. It also lists health and medical centers in different counties and services they provide that relate to identified priorities.
The presentation discusses why this district health department in Michigan began to explore sharing a health officer with a nearby local health department, including the shared services already in place for other positions. It provides an overview of the early exploration process.
The document is a memorandum outlining the shared mission, vision, and need for cooperation among the health departments of the Northern Michigan Public Health Alliance. By signing the document they agree to participate in an alliance to share services when it benefits the health of their populations.
The document provides an overview of the Northern Michigan Public Health Alliance’s strategic plan, including what the partnership hopes to accomplish in three years, what they believe is blocking them, what partners can do to overcome obstacles, and what the partnership will accomplish (outcomes) in the first year.
This presentation explores the aspects of Michigan’s public health code that allow for cross-jurisdictional sharing and the types of sharing arrangements that are occurring.
This one-pager describing the Northern Michigan Cross-Jurisdictional Sharing team includes a brief description of the different partners in multiple sharing arrangements, their priorities, and accomplishments to date.
This presentation provides an overview of those involved in the Northern Michigan Cross-Jurisdictional Sharing Team and their reasons for engaging in cross-jurisdictional sharing.