“Comprehensive Assessment, Strategic Success”
Download
1 / 36

Series Goal - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 264 Views
  • Uploaded on

“Comprehensive Assessment, Strategic Success” Partnerships for Improving Community Health Web Conference Series Nuts and Bolts of Partnership Development Florida Department of Health Office of Health Statistics and Assessment Spring 2009 Series Goal

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Series Goal' - victoria


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
Slide1 l.jpg

“Comprehensive Assessment, Strategic Success”

Partnerships for Improving

Community Health

Web Conference Series

Nuts and Bolts of Partnership Development

Florida Department of Health

Office of Health Statistics and Assessment

Spring 2009


Series goal l.jpg
Series Goal

Strengthen capacities for collaborative community-based health

improvement efforts


Today s objectives l.jpg
Today’s Objectives

  • Implement strategies for building and sustaining partnerships

  • Use tools to identify/inventory roles/skills needed for the partnership

  • Use skills learned to identify and retain active partners


Community health assessment and health improvement planning l.jpg
Community Health Assessment and Health Improvement Planning

  • The practice of collecting, analyzing and using data to educate and mobilize communities, develop priorities, gather resources, and plan and implement actions to improve public health. (Institute of Medicine)


Why assess the health of your community l.jpg
Why Assess the Health of Your Community?

  • Understand health problems, challenges

    • Risk factors, contributing causes

  • Identify strengths, gains in health status

    • Assets, resources

  • Learn community perceptions about health-related issues

  • Use data/information to establish priorities, improve systems



Slide7 l.jpg

MAPP is

  • Community-wide strategic planning tool for improving public health

  • Method to help communities prioritize public health issues, identify resources for addressing them, and take action

Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships


Mapp concepts l.jpg
MAPP Concepts

  • Mobilizing – Engaging the community

  • Action – Implementing a health improvement plan

  • Planning – Applying strategic planning concepts

  • Partnerships – Involves local public health system and community partners



Slide10 l.jpg

Links to Community,

Agency Strategic Planning

Community Health

Improvement Plan

Agency Strategic Plan

Vision for

Community’s Health

Agency Vision

Agency Mission

Mission of Partnership

Assessment Results:

LPHSA, Community Health Status

Assessment

Results

SWOT Analysis

Common Strategic Issues

Community Strategic Issues

Agency Strategic Issues

Goals and Strategies

Goals and Objectives

Action Plan and Monitoring Plan

Action Plan and Monitoring Plan


Slide11 l.jpg

Needs/Priorities of those we serve

Partnerships

Convening Program’s Goals

Partners’ Goals



Two key goals alignment of resources and alignment of individual interests with collective ones l.jpg

To this . . . . . .

Two Key Goals: Alignment of Resources and Alignment of Individual Interests with Collective Ones

To change this . . . . .


Slide14 l.jpg

The Good, the Bad and The Ugly of Community Partnerships

  • The Bad:

  • not all partners on the same page

  • lack of follow through

  • lack of leadership

  • becoming stagnant

  • maintaining involvement

  • sustainability

  • different priorities/interests

  • meeting just to meet

  • too many chiefs

  • The Good:

  • networking

  • more resources

  • more ideas

  • more people to help

  • share the work

  • less duplication

  • shared vision

  • learn from past experiences

  • different expertise/knowledge

  • The Ugly:

  • arguing among partners

  • negative/disruptive people

  • not valuing people’s time

  • asking partners to step down

  • different agendas

  • misunderstandings

  • same people involved

  • not open to change or new ideas

  • small town politics

  • unprofessional-ism


Benefits of c ollaboration in the public health system l.jpg
Benefits of Collaboration in the Public Health System

  • Creates a healthy community and better quality of life

  • Increases visibility of public health

  • Anticipates and manages change

  • Creates a stronger public health infrastructure

  • Builds public health leadership

  • Creates advocates for public health

  • Builds stronger partnerships


Slide16 l.jpg


Slide17 l.jpg

Key Ingredients in Partnership Development

  • Identify potential partners

  • Recruit & retain partners

  • Maintain active involvement

  • Determine role of partners

  • Create partnership agreements

  • Plan for sustainability- every step of the way

  • Evaluate the partnership constantly

  • Celebrate successes


Slide18 l.jpg

Partnership Development

  • First Step:

  • Identify & recruit partners

  • Who needs to be at the table?

  • What are their expectations?

  • What is our mission and vision?

  • What are our goals and objectives?

  • Let them know what they can expect; how long will the partnership last?


Slide19 l.jpg

Identifying Partners

  • Why are we seeking partners?

  • What are our needs?

  • What do we hope to gain from a potential partnership?

  • What kind of partners are we looking for (law enforcement, education, health care, etc) ?

  • Are we looking for support from key decision makers in the community?


Slide20 l.jpg

Identifying Partners

  • What do we have to offer potential partners?

  • What value or benefit can we offer potential partners?

  • Do we have expertise or resources that would be useful to others?

  • Are we trying to reach the same clients or potential partners?


Slide21 l.jpg

Develop your own Partnership Skills

Make your own

self-improvement plan

Evaluate your commitment to other partnerships

Are you a good partner?


Slide22 l.jpg

How do we Market our Partnership?

  • Marketing creates greater awareness of your partnership in the community

  • Through marketing, a partnership can emphasize its association with other community partners

  • Marketing builds confidence in the community group.

  • Marketing encourages participation

  • Marketing helps develop contacts and expands everyone’s knowledge base




Slide25 l.jpg

Identifying Community Partners

Activity:

After brainstorming, list the partners you would like to include in your community partnership.

List by agency/organization and name

1. ____________________________________________________________

2. ____________________________________________________________

3. ____________________________________________________________

4. ____________________________________________________________

5. ____________________________________________________________

6. ____________________________________________________________

7. ____________________________________________________________

8. ____________________________________________________________

9. ____________________________________________________________

10. ___________________________________________________________

11. ___________________________________________________________

12. ___________________________________________________________


Slide26 l.jpg

Role Inventory

What are some of the roles needed in

our partnerships?


Slide27 l.jpg

Potential Roles

Do you have a partner who can

  • Evaluate components of the partnership

  • Manage partner database and meeting notifications

  • Provide guidance for policy development and program planning

  • Collect and analyze data; conduct community assessments

  • Develop Social Networking tools for the partnership

  • Develop and present education and training programs for partners

  • Educate elected officials and policy makers on health issues

  • Market the partnership

  • Monitor/analyze health-related legislation (Legislative issues)


Slide28 l.jpg

Example tool to ascertain skills, expertise of partnership members

Use inventory results as a guide in assigning or selecting roles

Partner Skill/Expertise Inventory


Slide29 l.jpg

Partner Roles and Skills/Expertise Checklist members

Use this grid to identify partnership roles, skills needed for those roles, and if you need/have a person in that role.


Slide30 l.jpg

The Good, the Bad and The Ugly membersof Community Partnerships

  • The Bad:

  • not all partners on the same page

  • lack of follow through

  • lack of leadership

  • becoming stagnant

  • maintaining involvement

  • sustainability

  • different priorities/interests

  • meeting just to meet

  • too many chiefs

  • The Good:

  • networking

  • more resources

  • more ideas

  • more people to help

  • share the work

  • less duplication

  • shared vision

  • learn from past experiences

  • different expertise/knowledge

  • The Ugly:

  • arguing among partners

  • negative/disruptive people

  • not valuing people’s time

  • asking partners to step down

  • different agendas

  • misunderstandings

  • same people involved

  • not open to change or new ideas

  • small town politics

  • unprofessional-ism


Slide31 l.jpg

Case Study members

Musical Chairs

What would you do if this happened in your partnership?

You are the leader of the Sunshine County Health Coalition. You and the coalition members have worked hard to get the right partners to the table. One very important agency sends a different representative every time the coalition meets. Before new business can be conducted, precious time is wasted bringing the new person up to speed. Commitments made by the agency’s previous representative aren’t honored. How do you ensure that the right partners stay engaged? How would you handle the issue of broken promises?


Slide32 l.jpg

Case Study members

  • Provide new member orientation and educate on roles and responsibilities

  • Re-examine the meeting time and place

  • Survey members to find out their needs, expectations, and benefits they've gained (or not gained)

  • Hold elections - elect representatives from organizations (the partnership chooses its members)

  • Let peer pressure handle it

  • Be sure the minutes reflect what's been happening

  • Use a memorandum of agreement

  • Have leader take direct approach with offending organization (meet face-to-face)

Possible solutions


Tools and resources l.jpg

COMPASS members website www.doh.state.fl.us/COMPASS

Florida MAPP Field Guide

On-line and print

Step-by-step guide

Tip sheets, worksheets

Marketing materials

Florida MAPP Tour Book

Technical assistance

On site, web conference, phone

Tools and Resources


Tools and resources34 l.jpg
Tools and Resources members

  • www.floridacharts.com

  • Foundational resource for community-based health planning


Slide35 l.jpg

Need More Information? members

  • Visit CHARTS www.floridacharts.com

  • Visit COMPASS website www.doh.state.fl.us/COMPASS/

  • Contact DOH Office of Planning, Evaluation and Data Analysis

    • Christine Abarca at 850-245-4444 ext 2071, e-mail: [email protected]

    • Laurie Osgood at 850-245-4444 ext. 2036, e-mail: [email protected]


Future modules l.jpg
Future Modules members

August 12 – Techniques for Sustaining Community Partnerships

August 19 – Leadership and Facilitation presented by the Dept. of Health’s Office of Performance Improvement

September 2 – Evaluating your Partnership

All modules take place from 2-3 pm ET


ad