Presentation on theme: "Healthy Shawnee County Task Force"— Presentation transcript:
1Healthy Shawnee County Task Force Community Health Assessment Learning CollaborativeLearning Session #119 September 2012Wichita, KSMary Homan, St. Francis Health CenterBob Hedberg, Shawnee County Health Agency
2History 1995 PRC Community Health Assessment 2006 Community Assessment $75,000 Kansas Health Foundation grantStormont-Vail HealthCare, St. Francis Health Center, United Way of Greater Topeka, Shawnee County Health AgencyPhone survey, focus groups, post-workshops2006 Community AssessmentCost: $70,000 ETC Institute, OlatheNo grant moneySame players, plus othersMail survey, leadership survey, post-workshops
6Steering Committee Shawnee County Health Agency Allison Alejos, Director, Local Public Health DepartmentBob Hedberg, Grants & Special Projects OfficerSt. Francis Health CenterMary Homan, Director, Mission & EthicsStormont-Vail HealthCareTom Luellen, Director, Planning & Business Support
7Assessment Advisory Committee Antioch Missionary Baptist ChurchCommunity ActionCommunity Resources CouncilCoreFirst Bank & TrustJayhawk Area Agency on AgingKansas Children’s Service LeagueMarian Clinic (safety net clinic)Topeka 501 School DistrictUnited Way of Greater Topeka
9CHNA GoalsMeet requirements of local health department accreditation and hospital IRS requirementsCollaborate with local public health experts and community stakeholders to collect and utilize primary and secondary data to assess health needs of Shawnee CountyIdentify and prioritize top health needs in Shawnee County
10Data Sources Kansas Health Matters Indicators County Health Rankings Perception Survey by Community Members on the KHM IndicatorsThree “Focused” Focus GroupsOpen-Ended Survey to “Public Health Experts”
11ObjectivesCreate community health needs assessment website with findings and data interfaceWork with 15 local agencies to identify top 10 indicatorsIdentify existing community assets to integrate into five prioritized needs for program/intervention planning.Solicit input from respective governing bodies on three specific implementation strategies.Develop workgroup of relevant community agencies to continue community health improvement process.
13Characteristics of a Successful Relationship Clear about goals and purposeAware of partners' roles and responsibilitiesClear strategic overview of performance through robust monitoring and evaluationSource: Hunter D, Perkins N. Partnership working in public health: the implications for governance of a systems approach. J Health Serv Res Policy. 2012;17 Suppl 2:45–52.
17Improving the Health of Shawnee County Community Health Improvement PlanHSC Task ForceAssessment Advisory CommitteeKey PH ExpertsHealthcareSocial ServicesOther Health/Wellness StakeholdersGeneral Public
18Current TimelineAugust 2011Shawnee County Health Agency, Stormont-Vail, & SFHC begin monthly meetings.December 2011Shawnee CHNA group identifies objectives for project.February 2012KAN PICH sends out public press release for Kansas Health Matters website.Shawnee CHNA group adopts name Healthy Shawnee County Task Force (HSCTF).March 2012Healthy Shawnee County Task Force identifies top 10 health indicators.May – Aug 2012Formation of Assessment Advisory Community to solicit community input regarding top 10 indicators. Community Focus Groups held.Sep – Dec 2012Evaluation of community input, identify community assets. Design of implementation strategy.2013Adoption implementation strategy. Make CHNA & CHIP widely available to community.
19Planning & Monitoring Change Link outcomes and strategies to Healthy People 2020 Leading Health IndicatorsDevelop workgroup of relevant community agencies to continue community health improvement processEmpower community members and community agencies to work collaboratively on prioritized issues or other HP2020 indicatorsEvaluate progress on priorities of St. Francis Health Center, Shawnee County Health Agency or Stormont-Vail HealthCare’s in conjunction with other community-wide initiativesHow can individual organizational strategies complement other strategies?
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