Presentation on theme: "COUNTY HEALTH RANKINGS & ROADMAPS: HOW TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE RANKINGS RELEASE? Mary Bennett Community Coach www.countyhealthrankings.org."— Presentation transcript:
COUNTY HEALTH RANKINGS & ROADMAPS: HOW TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE RANKINGS RELEASE? Mary Bennett Community Coach www.countyhealthrankings.org
County Health Rankings & Roadmaps is a collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute.
3 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ‣ Robert Wood Johnson Foundation – Including Jamie Bussel, Abbey Cofsky, Andrea Ducas, Michelle Larkin, Jim Marks, Joe Marx, Don Schwarz, Katie Wehr ‣ Wisconsin County Health Rankings & Roadmaps Team – Including Bridget Catlin, Julie Willems Van Dijk, Kitty Jerome, Carrie Carroll, Amanda Jovaag, Alison Bergum, Astra Iheukumere ‣ Our Partners – Including Active Living by Design, Burness Communications, CDC, Dartmouth Institute, National Association of Counties, United Way Worldwide
4 OUTLINE County Health Rankings & Roadmaps - Overview Making the Most of the Rankings Release in Your Community – Awareness to Action Key Resources Q&A
Before we begin, we want to hear from you.
6 GUIDING QUESTION How can you use the County Health Rankings in your community? Created with Haiku Deck
7 ‣ Who else do you need to share this information with? ‣ What is one idea for action that you’re taking from this webinar? ‣ What else do you need to know to take action/use this information? REFLECTION QUESTIONS
8 ‣ Simplify complex data ‣ Media coverage ‣ Add context ‣ Call to action ‣ Starting point WHY RANK?
10 Today’s Health Health Outcomes Tomorrow’s Health Health Factors COUNTY HEALTH RANKINGS: 2 RANKINGS
12 ‣ Actionable measures ‣ Valid, reliable, recognizable ‣ County-level ‣ Free or low cost ‣ Up-to-date as possible ‣ Fewer measures better than more HOW MEASURES ARE SELECTED
19 USING THE RANKINGS DATA ‣ Exploring the Data ‣ Making Use of Your Snapshot ‣ Digging Deeper ‣ Finding More Data www.countyhealthrankings.org/roadmaps/using-the-rankings-data
20 Whether you have used the Rankings in the past or not, how might the data be helpful in your work? To create a sense of urgency in conversations with others (yes/no) In sharing with colleagues, partners and the community, evidence to support priorities (yes/no) To build a case for action (yes/no) In raising awareness with elected officials (yes/no). 2 ND QUESTION/POLL
21 COUNTY HEALTH RANKINGS LOGIC MODEL Media attention Community leaders use report Broad community engagement Evidence- informed strategies implemented Improved health outcomes Population based data collected County Health Rankings
22 ‣I‣I t takes everyone ‣M‣M ove from data to evidence- informed action ‣F‣F ocus across the health factors—including social and economic factors ‣P‣P olicy, systems, and environmental change FOUNDATION OF ROADMAPS
27 COMMUNITY COACHES SUPPORTING YOUR COMMUNITIES’ JOURNEY TOWARD HEALTH
28 WHAT WORKS FOR HEALTH Find effective programs and policies at www.countyhealthrankings.org/what- works-for-health www.countyhealthrankings.org/what- works-for-health
29 ‣ Defining health in the broadest possible terms. ‣ Committing to sustainable systems changes and policy-oriented long- term solutions. ‣ Cultivating a shared and deeply held belief in the importance of equal opportunity for health. ‣ Harnessing the collective power of leaders, partners, and community members. ‣ Securing and making the most of available resources. ‣ Measuring and sharing progress and results. RWJF CULTURE OF HEALTH PRIZE
30 What resources are you interested in looking at further? ‣ Ranking’s data ‣ Roadmaps Action Center with tools and resources ‣ Community Coaching ‣ What Works for Health ‣ Robert Wood Johnson Foundation – Prize Communities 3 RD POLL
31 GETTING THE WORD OUT
32 MOVING TO ACTION: KEY MESSAGES ‣ The Rankings illustrate in a powerful way that where you live can influence how well and how long you live. The Rankings show that much of our health is connected to where we live, learn, work, and play. ‣ The Rankings make it possible for communities to see the health problems they face and create local solutions to address them.
33 Create a sense of urgency USE THE RANKINGS AS AN OPPORTUNITY TO: Dig deeper Engage elected officialsShare the data Use the data
34 Whether your County is ranked towards the top or bottom: ‣ There’s room for improvement for all of us. ‣ Good health is about more than medical care, it is about access to healthy food, affordable housing, safe places to play and much more. ‣ We need to address challenges by building on the strengths of our community and all its members. ‣ It takes all of us working together to improve the health of our community. USING THE RANKINGS: RELAY YOUR MESSAGE
35 OTHER WAYS TO USE THE RANKINGS RELEASE ‣ Use social media tools to spread the news – join the conversation at #HealthRankings ‣ Tell your story. ‣ Write and submit op-eds to your local newspaper—focus on something your community is working on. ‣ Host a town hall meeting or a call to action summit. ‣ Post a link to www.countyhealthrankings.org on your website.www.countyhealthrankings.org
36 ‣ Webinars – County Health Rankings Measures and Methods County Health Rankings Measures and Methods ‣ archived on CHR&R website – Using the Rankings in your Community Using the Rankings in your Community ‣ archived on CHR&R website – County Health Rankings & Roadmaps 101 – Coming April 7 th ! County Health Rankings & Roadmaps 101 You can find data and practical help at www.countyhealthrankings.org. www.countyhealthrankings.org TOOLS & RESOURCES
37 ‣ Who else do you need to share this information with? ‣ What is one idea for action that you’re taking from this webinar? ‣ What else do you need to know to take action/use this information? REFLECTION QUESTIONS
38 STAYING CONNECTED ‣ Follow @CHRankings ‣ Like Facebook.com/ CountyHealthRankings ‣ e-Newsletter, email firstname.lastname@example.org to subscribe email@example.com
39 Brownsville, Texas 2014 Culture of Prize Winner