Wisconsin Program Integration Update . September 2008. “Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow.”. Ralph Waldo Emerson. The most frequently asked question is . Where do I fit in? . Different Sections of the Wisconsin “PI Garden”.
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Wisconsin Program Integration Update September 2008
“Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow.” RalphWaldo Emerson
The most frequently asked question is Where do I fit in?
Different Sections of the Wisconsin “PI Garden” All sections are growing simultaneously
Wisconsin’s PI Garden Sections • “Flower Garden” • Achieve the CDC PI Demonstration Pilot Requirements • Integrated chronic disease logic model and work plan • Improve business processes • Conduct process and outcome evaluation during “growing time” pilot period (2009-2011)
Wisconsin’s PI Garden Sections • “Vegetable Garden” • Division of Public Health PI Work Group (which goes beyond the Chronic Disease Programs) • Hold a Retreat • Prioritize and implement the STAR Recommendations
Wisconsin’s PI Garden Sections • “Herb Garden” • Engage management to help create an organizational culture where program integration is the norm
With the CDC PI Demonstration Pilot • We have an opportunity to make our “PI garden” even better • Share an urgency (CDC timeline, model development, evaluation) • Share a formal “garden plan” (STAR Report) • Share common language and vision • Involve more people including managers
Current Activities • Getting all staff on board • Poster at Wisconsin Public Health Association – Program Integration: The Future of Health Promotion in Wisconsin • Retreat scheduled for October 2nd • Chronic Disease Program representatives are working on the integrated Logic Model
Beginnings of Integrated Activities • Healthy Lifestyle Coalitions (Tobacco and Nutrition and Physical Activity) • Disparity Strategic Plan • Exploring the Social Determinants of Health (Tobacco and Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention and Minority Health Program) • Exploring the role of program integration in the development of the WISEWOMAN program
Beginnings of Integrated Activities • Common Ground and Integrating Chronic Disease Informatics Systems • Aiming for one Disparity Strategic Plan across chronic disease programs • Work with Federally Qualified Health Care Centers to track tobacco referral to cessation services
Beginnings of Integrated Activities • Work site wellness messaging • Mental health • Aiming for one burden report someday……. • The possibilities are endless!