NACCHO 360 has ended, however on-demand sharing sessions are still being streamed 24/7 for your convenience. For more information, visit http://nacchoannual.org.

PHAB’s on-demand sessions include:

  • New Strategies for Data-Informed Decision Making for Accredited Health Departments: In this session, Claude Jacob, MPH, Chief Public Health Officer at the Cambridge (Mass.) Public Health Department/Cambridge Health Alliance, joins PHAB Director of Research and Evaluation Jessica Kronstadt, MPP, in a discussion around using data to inform decisions to effectively promote community health. The session will explore new PHAB strategies aimed at encouraging the effective use of data at local health departments, including a reaccreditation requirement to report on population health outcomes, and PHAB’s new data visualization portal.
  • Public Health’s Three Amigos: Data, Surveillance, and Informatics in Version 2.0 of the PHAB Standards & Measures: In this session, Cuyahoga County (Ohio) Health Commissioner Terry Allan, MPH, joins PHAB Director of Research and Evaluation Jessica Kronstadt, MPP,  for a recap of PHAB’s September 2019 Data/Surveillance/Informatics Think Tank and recommendations for Version 2.0 of the PHAB Standards and Measures.
  • Leading Improvement – Beyond the Walls of the Health Department: This session features a lively discussion showcasing the importance of incorporating improvement within a public health agency, and the value of an organization’s commitment to achieving measurable results to benefit the health of communities being served through efficient and high-quality service delivery. Presenters include Agathe Dorel, MA, Senior Performance Improvement Analyst at the Denver Department of Public Health & Environment; Erin Jolly, Senior Program Coordinator at Washington County Public Health in Portland, Oregon; and PHAB Accreditation Specialist April Harris, MPH, CHES.

PHNCI’s on-demand sessions include:

  • Transformation in Multi-Sector Data Sharing Efforts through All In’s Network: In this session, learn more about All In: Data for Community Health. You will hear how two of All In’s learning network communities are testing new ways to systematically improve community health outcomes through multi-sector data sharing by engaging partners, data experts, and the community. Reena Chudgar, MPH, Director of Innovation at the Public Health National Center for Innovations at PHAB, is joined by Adam Perzynski, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine and Sociology at the Center for Health Care Research and Policy, The MetroHealth System (Ohio), and Cynthia Fiester, RN, BSN, Chronic Disease Services Program Coordinator at Linn County Public Health (Iowa) facilitate this presentation.
  • 25 Years Later: Revisiting and revising the Framework for the 10 Essential Public Health Services: In this session, dive into the process for updating the 10 Essential Public Health Services, including how the field was engaged, potential changes to the framework, and how the new framework aligns with other initiatives. Presenters include Jessica Fisher, MCP, Chief Innovations Officer at the Public Health National Center for Innovations at PHAB, Katie Sellers, DrPH, CPH, at Vice President for Impact at the de Beaumont Foundation, and Sami Jarrah, MPH, Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Health Commissioner at the Philadelphia Department of Public Health. Save the date for the launch of the Revised 10 Essential Public Health Services.

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