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What is Accreditation? Voluntary Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB) PHAB is a non-profit organization

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Agenda Introductions 5 min Accreditation 10min MAPP 10min Lets Work!35 min Introductions Steven Ranzoni- MAPP project coordinator Pat Crozier- Public Health Program Manager Sarah Ballini-Ross- TPEP coordinator Kyla Fisher- OSU intern All of you! What is Accreditation? Voluntary Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB) PHAB is a non-profit organization Accreditation Ensures Local Health departments are continually improving They are meeting the needs of their community They are providing the 10 essential services of Public Health Have accountability to perform at a high level Receive recognition for high achievement The 10 Essential Services Benefits of Accreditation Credibility with State and Federal agencies Financial Incentives To Achieve Accreditation Health Assessment Health Improvement Plan Organizational Strategic Plan Mobilizing Action through Planning and Partnerships MAPP MAPP is: A community-wide strategic planning tool for improving public health. A method to help communities prioritize public health issues, identify resources for addressing them, and take action. MAPP Overview Community Themes and Strengths surveys, focus groups and interviews Community Health Status primary and secondary data collection primary and secondary data collection Health rankings Local Public Health Assessment National Public Health Performance Standards Programs (NPHPSP) National Public Health Performance Standards Programs (NPHPSP) Verifies the 10 essential services of Public Health Verifies the 10 essential services of Public Health Forces of Change What clears the path? What blocks the road? Healthy Communities Tie ins Implementation possibilities Dont reinvent the wheel Work SurveyInterview