System Partner Orientation PowerPoint

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WELCOME
Who’s Here?
What is Public Health?
"health is a state of complete physical, mental and social
well-being and not merely the absence of disease or
infirmity." (WHO, 1946)
Improving health is a shared responsibility not only of
health care providers, and public health officials, but also
a variety of other actors in the community who
contribute to the well-being of individuals and
populations.
Local Public Health System
Police
EMS
Community
Centers
Home Health
Churches Corrections
MCOs
Health
Department
Parks
Schools
Elected
Hospitals
Officials Nursing Mass Transit
Doctors
Homes
Philanthropist
Environmental
Civic Groups
Health
CHCs
Fire
Tribal Health
Economic
Laboratory
Drug
Mental
Employers
Development
Facilities
Treatment
Health
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Community Driven
Process
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Mobilizing and engaging the community
Action with and by the community
Planning driven by the community
Partnerships to strengthen the community
Strategic Thinking
• Requires broad-scale
information gathering
• Encourages exploration of
alternatives
• Places emphasis on future
implications of present
decisions
• Facilitates communication and
participation
• Accommodates divergent
interests and values
Bringing Local Initiatives Together
MAPP is:
• A community-wide
strategic planning
process for improving
public health.
• A method to help
communities prioritize
public health issues,
identify resources for
addressing them, and
take action.
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MAPP stands for:
• Mobilizing – community
engagement
• Action – implementation of a
Health Improvement Plan
• Planning – built on strategic
planning concepts
• Partnerships – the public’s
health is more than the concern
of the health department
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MAPP’s Origins
• MAPP advances the
thinking behind APEXPH.
• MAPP was launched in
2001.
The MAPP Paradigm Shift
MAPP Overview
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What’s in it for You?
• “The process served to build networks and
reinforce partnerships in the community.”
• it served to eliminate competition, definitely
made for more collaboration – much of this due
to MAPP.”
• “One of the major results was community
recognition and creditability. This resulted in
much more political clout – more involved in
county and state affairs.”
• “A reputation for capability was created and
reputation is priceless.”
• “I would recommend it; it helps to define critical
issues and strategies.”
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MAPP Contacts
Julia Joh Elligers, MPH
Program Manager, NACCHO
[email protected]
(202) 507-4234
Mary Kate Allee, MPH
Senior Analyst, NACCHO
[email protected]
(202) 507-4190
Alexandra Hart
Program Assistant, NACCHO
[email protected]
(202) 507-4214
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