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253887 Together Everyone Achieves More: Using the NPHPSP system assessment within state and community health improvement planning
Monday, October 31, 2011: 2:30 PM
The National Public Health Performance Standards (NPHPSP) was established by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and its partners to provide a framework for building public health partnerships and improving the performance and quality of public health systems. This presentation will address the role of the NPHPSP in informing and developing state and community health improvement plans. State and community health improvement plans serve as foundation for effectively working as a system to address health priorities and improve the public's health. Within a health improvement planning process, the NPHPSP may be utilized by state and local communities to collaborate with public health partners, working more effectively as a system, and accomplish more with less while improving the quality of public health. The NPHPSP's role in engaging and strengthening public health system partnerships while preparing for and maintaining agency accreditation will also be highlighted. The future role of the NPHPSP will also be discussed, highlighting plans and opportunities for building on its proven value, while anticipating its role within the new landscape of public health.
Learning Areas:Program planning
Public health administration or related administration
Public health or related laws, regulations, standards, or guidelines
Systems thinking models (conceptual and theoretical models), applications related to public health
Keywords: Community Health Planning, Quality Improvement
Presenting author's disclosure statement:
Qualified on the content I am responsible for because: I provide training and technical assistance to state and local health departments in state and community health improvement planning, as well as NPHPSP use. In addition, I provide ongoing oversight and development for the NPHPSP as a Public Health Advisor with CDC.
I agree to comply with the American Public Health Association Conflict of Interest and Commercial Support Guidelines, and to disclose to the participants any off-label or experimental uses of a commercial product or service discussed in my presentation.