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Accreditation: How Cross-Jurisdictional Sharing Fits into the Picture. May 6, 2014. Speakers. Gianfranco Pezzino, Co-Director, Center for Sharing Public Health Services Patrick M. Libbey, Co-Director, Center for Sharing Public Health Services

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speakers
Speakers
  • Gianfranco Pezzino, Co-Director, Center for Sharing Public Health Services
  • Patrick M. Libbey, Co-Director, Center for Sharing Public Health Services
  • David Stone, Accreditation Education Specialist, Public Health Accreditation Board
definitions
Definitions
  • Cross-jurisdictional sharing is the deliberate exercise of public authority to enable collaboration across jurisdictional boundaries to deliver essential public health services.
  • Collaboration means working across boundaries and in multi-organizational arrangements to solve problems that cannot be solved – or easily solved – by single organizations or jurisdictions.*

*Source: Rosemary O’Leary, School of Public Affairs and Administration, University of Kansas

drivers
Drivers

National Public Health Standards

Emergency Preparedness

CJS Agreements

Increasing burden of chronic disease

Health care reform

Lean fiscal environments

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Cross-Jurisdictional Sharing Spectrum

Shared Functions with Joint Oversight

Service Related Arrangement

Informal and Customary Arrangements

Regionalization

  • “Handshake”
  • MOU
  • Information sharing
  • Equipment sharing
  • Coordination
  • Service provision agreements
  • Mutual aid agreements
  • Purchase of staff time
  • Joint projects addressing all jurisdictions involved
  • Shared capacity
  • Inter-local agreements
  • New entity formed by merging existing LHDs
  • Consolidation of 1 or more LHD into existing LHD
center for sharing public health services
Center for Sharing Public Health Services
  • DOB: May 2012
  • National initiative
    • Managed by the Kansas Health Institute
    • Funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • Goal:
    • Explore, inform, track and disseminate learning about shared approaches to delivering public health services.
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Objectives

Multi-Jurisdictional Applications

Policies

Practical advice

Documentation

Foundations

CJS Resources

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Public Health Accreditation Board

What is PHAB?

Current Status

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MJD Policies & Procedures

Who can apply as

Who is accredited

What’s the relationship

Accountability to Standards

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MJD Policies & Procedures

Application requirements

Accreditation Coordinator

Online Orientation

Documentation Review

Site Visit

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MJD Practical Advice

Begin to:

Note the Domains for relationships

Keeps tabs on documentation

Formalize relationships

Be ready to explain the relationship

Who will lead the accreditation effort

Review and learn the Standards & Measures

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Using CJS Resources

as Documentation

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Individual versus MJD

Same basic rules apply

Individual – one department

MJD – 2 or more departments

Foundation is the relationship

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Using Shared Documentation

In use by all departments

All departments show implementation

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Example – 5.4.1 A

MJD with 5 local health departments

RD1 – 2 shared examples

RD 2 – 2 shared examples

RD 3 – 5 examples (one from each LHD)

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Example – Domain 1

MJD with 5 local health departments

Measure 1.1.2 T/L – shared CHA

Measure 1.2.1 A – separate surveillance

Measure 1.3.1 A – shared data

contact information
Contact Information

Gianfranco Pezzino, Co-Director

Patrick Libbey, Co-Director

Center for Sharing Public Health Services

212 SW 8th Ave., Suite 300

Topeka, KS 66603

Email: PHSharing@khi.org

Tele: 855-476-3671

Fax: 785-233-1168

David Stone, Education Specialist

Public Health Accreditation Board

1600 Duke St., Suite 440

Alexandria, VA 22314

Email: dstone@phaboard.org

Tele: 703-778-4549 x105

Fax: 703-778-4556

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