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Public Health Measures Key Concepts in Implementation. v20040429. Purpose. To highlight important concepts inherent in the Public Health Measures initiative. To help visualize a Program Plan as a tool for mapping a course into the future.

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Purpose

  • To highlight important concepts inherent in the Public Health Measures initiative.
  • To help visualize a Program Plan as a tool for mapping a course into the future.
  • To help visualize the importance of Performance Results as a measure of the value of Public Health.
key concepts
Key Concepts
  • Distinction between Population- and Performance-Related Outcomes and, hence, Accountability
  • Linkages
    • PopulationGoals lead to an evidence-based review to identify effective strategies.
    • Effectivestrategies lead to specific roles and for the program.
    • Roles are mapped to specific program performance goals and measures.
  • Performance Measurement
    • Within the organization, performance is measured by the comparison of Observed Outcomes (Results) with Target Outcomes (Benchmarks)
    • Outside the organization, the value of Public Health is measured by the relevance and strength of the relationship between Program Outcomes (Results) and Population Goals.
public health measures overall schematic of plan
Public Health MeasuresOverall Schematic of Plan

Program

Mission and Vision

Direct

Program

Accountability

  • Population Measures
    • Population
    • Population Goals
    • - (Population) Indicators
    • Effective Strategies
    • Role(s) of the Program
      • - (Services and Activities)
    • Partners
  • Program Performance
  • A. Program Customers
  • B. Program Performance Goals
      • Performance Measures
  • C. Strategies to Improve Performance

Shared

Accountability*

*SharedAccountability – While accountability is shared with others within DHS or in the community, the program should assume responsibility to lead or influence the effort to improve population outcomes.

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Public Health MeasuresOverall Schematic of Plan

Program

Mission and Vision

Direct

Program

Accountability

  • Population Measures
    • Population
    • Population Goals
    • - (Population) Indicators
    • Effective Strategies
    • Role(s) of the Program
      • - (Services and Activities)
    • Partners
  • Program Performance
  • A. Program Customers
  • B. Program Performance Goals
      • Performance Measures
  • C. Strategies to Improve Performance

Shared

Accountability

Key Concept #1

A critical first concept is the distinction between goals that are at the population level and those that are at the program level. While population-level goals are the primary target of interest, accountability for them is shared with others in the community. Only, program-level goals are directly under the control of the program and are therefore the basis for within-organization performance measurement and accountability.

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Public Health MeasuresOverall Schematic of Plan

Program

Mission and Vision

  • Population Measures
    • Population
    • Population Goals
    • - (Population) Indicators
    • Effective Strategies
    • Role(s) of the Program
      • - (Services and Activities)
    • Partners
  • Program Performance
  • A. Program Customers
  • B. Program Performance Goals
      • Performance Measures
  • C. Strategies to Improve Performance

Key Concept #2

There is a logical connection between Population and Program Goals. This linkage occurs through goal-specific strategies, and specific roles linked to those strategies.

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Public Health MeasuresPlan Schematic

Population Measures

Program Performance

Population

Goals

Goal

Effective

Strategies

Strategy 1

Strategy 2

Strategy 3

Strategy 4

Program

Roles

Role 1

Role 2

Role 3

Role 4

Performance

Goals

Goal 1

Goal 2

Goal 3

Goal 4

Performance

Measures

Measure 1

Measure 2

Measure 3

Measure 4

Measure 5

Measure 6

Key Concept #2

There is a logical connection between Population and Program Goals. This linkage occurs through goal-specific strategies, and specific roles linked to those strategies.

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concepts to emphasize outcomes population goals
Concepts to EmphasizeOutcomes  Population Goals

Program

Mission and Vision

  • Population Measures
    • Population
    • Population Goals
  • Program Performance
    • Program Performance Goals
    • - Performance Measures

Standard

Benchmark

time

Outcome

Baseline

? Relevance ?

Target

Result

??

Measure of

performance

Value

Observed

Result

? Significance ?

Key Concept #3

The degree to which the Observed Result achieves the Target Result is a measure of performance.

Achieved performance is significant when the Result has a clear linkage to the original Population Goals.

public health measures key concepts summary
Public Health Measures – Key ConceptsSummary
  • Successful implementation of the Public Health Measures initiative requires understanding of the relationships between Population Goals, Program Roles, Performance Goals, Benchmarks, and Results.
  • Intuitively, the degree to which Benchmarks (Target Outcomes) are achieved will measure performance.
  • And, the degree to which the Results show clear relevance to the Population Goals will measure the value of Public Health to the population.