Presentation on theme: "MAPP: What, When & Why? Heidi Deutsch, NACCHO PACE EH Summit Louisville, KY March 28-29, 2006."— Presentation transcript:
MAPP: What, When & Why? Heidi Deutsch, NACCHO PACE EH Summit Louisville, KY March 28-29, 2006
MAPP is: A community-wide strategic planning tool for improving public health. A method to help communities prioritize public health issues, identify resources for addressing them, and take action.
MAPP advances the thinking behind APEXPH. The MAPP Tool was launched in MAPP Origins:
The MAPP Paradigm Shift
The MAPP Assessments
Strategic Thinking Community Driven Process Focus on the Local Public Health System Three Keys to MAPP
MCOs Home Health Parks Economic Development Mass Transit Employers Nursing Homes Mental Health Drug Treatment Civic Groups CHCs Laboratory Facilities Hospitals EMS Health Department Local Public Health System Elected Officials Tribal Health Schools Police Fire Corrections Environmental Health Philanthropist Doctors Churches Community Centers
Benefits Increases visibility of public health. Creates advocates for public health. Anticipates and manages change. Creates a stronger public health infrastructure. Builds stronger partnerships. Builds public health leadership.
The Debate vs vs.
Key Differences MAPP is a tool for identifying and prioritizing public health issues. PACE is a tool for identifying and prioritizing ENVIRONMENTAL health issues. MAPP uses assessments for strategic planning and implementation PACE EH is a: assessment tool strategic planning and implementation tool MAPP process focuses on strategic issues PACE focus on tactical issues.
PACE EH as a MAPP Assessment Phase 3 Assessments Phase 1 Organizing for Success NPHPS (LPHSA) Comm. Themes/ Strengt hs Forces of Change Comm. Health Status PACE EH Task 5, Phase 2 Vision Phase 4 Identifying Strategic Issues Phase 5 Formulate Goals and Strategies Phase 6 Action Cycle Plan – Implement - Evaluate PACE EH Task 2 PACE EH Task 6
MAPP Planning through PACE EH Phase 3 Assessments Phase 1 Organizing for Success PACE EH Either the entire process or Tasks 9-13 Phase 2 Vision Phase 4 Identifying Strategic Issues Phase 5 Formulate Goals and Strategies Phase 6 Action Cycle Plan – Implement - Evaluate MAPP EH is identified as a Strategic Issue
Tools You Can Use MAPP Web based Tool On-Line TA Center Peer Assistance Network Clearinghouse TA Web casts Publications MAPP Field Guide MAPP Users Handbook Journal of Public Health Management and Practice; MAPP Edition NACCHO Staff