Assessment Data and Quality Improvement Techniques: Tools for Improving
Community Health Plans and Outcomes
Attention community health improvement
leaders/planners, quality improvement liaisons, MAPP (Mobilizing for
Action through Planning and Partnerships) and PACE EH (Protocol for Assessing
Community Excellence in Environmental Health) coordinators!
How do you interpret and apply the many different health assessment
results to health improvement planning and quality improvement processes?
Three one-day workshops have been developed for community
planners to acquire information and tools to help.
Workshop Objectives: Using assessment results, with emphasis on local public
health system assessment data from the National Public Health Performance
Standards Program (NPHPSP), participants will be able to:
- Describe relevance of various data sources for community health
improvement and quality improvement plans
- Identify and apply methods for interpreting data, assessing importance of
health issues, and setting priorities
- Outline core components of an effective action plan Identify and apply
methods for measuring progress
- Identify and apply methods for measuring progress
Pre-registration is required. There is no cost to attend. Register online
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Data_Workshop_Registration by September 21.
Seating is limited to 40 participants per site.
All three workshops will follow the same format and will provide participants
with hands-on activities to review their county and local data. Agendas
for the workshops are provided below: