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Lessons in collaborating
for population health
Improving
Community Health
throu...
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12 successful partnerships
recognized and featured in the report
2
1 Kaiser Nat...
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Collaboration experiences
provide insights for others
3
Each of 12 partnerships...
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Lessons in collaborating for
population health
4
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Hospitals and public health departments as
core partners; private and public pa...
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Partnerships built on trust-based relationships
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Whenever possible, build your...
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Mission and goal statement focused on high-priority
needs, inspiring community ...
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One or more “anchor institutions” dedicated to the
mission and committed to ong...
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A chartered body empowered to set policy and
provide strategic leadership
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Hav...
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Mutual understanding — among all participants,
including the community — of pop...
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Measures to address, objectives and targets; also,
metrics and tools
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To enab...
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“Impact statements” about partnership effects
in relation to costs
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Prioritiz...
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A strategy for broadening and diversifying sources
of funding
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To enhance sus...
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Oversight committees established by boards
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Nonprofit hospitals and health sy...
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Policy positions adopted by government agencies
to promote development of colla...
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Study report team
Lawrence Prybil, PhD, lead researcher
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Collaborating for
population health
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Issues trending
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We offer our insights
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Lessons in collaborating for public health

Recommendations for supporting population health include motivational, organizational and personnel components most important to creating and sustaining a collaborative partnership.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. © Grant Thornton LLP. All rights reserved. Lessons in collaborating for population health Improving Community Health through Hospital–Public Health Collaboration
  • 2. © Grant Thornton LLP. All rights reserved. 12 successful partnerships recognized and featured in the report 2 1 Kaiser National Community Health Initiatives 2 California Healthier Living Coalition 3 St. Johns County Health Leadership Council 4 Quad City Health Initiative 5 Fit NOLA Partnership 6 HOMEtowns Partnership, MaineHealth 7 Healthy Montgomery 8 Detroit Regional Infant Mortality Reduction Task Force 9 Hearts Beat Back: The Heart of New Ulm Project 10 Healthy Monadnock 2020 11 Healthy Cabarrus 12 Transforming the Health of South Seattle and South King County
  • 3. © Grant Thornton LLP. All rights reserved. Collaboration experiences provide insights for others 3 Each of 12 partnerships from across the nation has at its center a health system that gathered community and governmental bodies with one mission — preventing illness and promoting population health. The best practices of these partnerships became a report providing insights for others to create collaborations for improving health within their own communities.
  • 4. © Grant Thornton LLP. All rights reserved. Lessons in collaborating for population health 4 GET THE FULL STORY grantthornton.com/healthcollaboration
  • 5. © Grant Thornton LLP. All rights reserved. Hospitals and public health departments as core partners; private and public parties engaged 5 To have enduring impact, include hospitals and public health departments as core partners but over time engage a broad range of other parties from the private and public sectors.
  • 6. © Grant Thornton LLP. All rights reserved. Partnerships built on trust-based relationships 6 Whenever possible, build your partnership on a foundation of pre-existing, trust-based relationships among some, if not all, of the principal founding partners. Other partners can and should be added as the organization becomes operational; building and maintaining trust among all members is essential.
  • 7. © Grant Thornton LLP. All rights reserved. Mission and goal statement focused on high-priority needs, inspiring community interest, engagement and support 7 In the context of the community’s health needs, community organization capabilities and resource constraints, adopt a statement of mission and goals that focuses on clearly defined high-priority needs and that will inspire communitywide interest, engagement and support.
  • 8. © Grant Thornton LLP. All rights reserved. One or more “anchor institutions” dedicated to the mission and committed to ongoing financial support 8 For long-term success, have one or more “anchor institutions” dedicated to the partnership’s mission, with a strong commitment to provide ongoing financial support.
  • 9. © Grant Thornton LLP. All rights reserved. A chartered body empowered to set policy and provide strategic leadership 9 Have a designated body with a clearly defined charter empowered by the principal partners to set policy and provide strategic leadership for the partnership. Share this presentation
  • 10. © Grant Thornton LLP. All rights reserved. Mutual understanding — among all participants, including the community — of population health concepts, definitions and principles 10 Strive to build a clear, mutual understanding of “population health” concepts, definitions and principles among the partners, participants and, as much as possible, the community at large.
  • 11. © Grant Thornton LLP. All rights reserved. Measures to address, objectives and targets; also, metrics and tools 11 To enable objective, evidence-based evaluation of progress in achieving mission and goals, and for accountability to key stakeholders, specify the community health measures to address, objectives and targets, and metrics and tools to track and monitor progress.
  • 12. © Grant Thornton LLP. All rights reserved. “Impact statements” about partnership effects in relation to costs 12 Prioritize developing and disseminating “impact statements” that present an evidence-based picture of the effects that efforts are having in relation to the direct and indirect costs.
  • 13. © Grant Thornton LLP. All rights reserved. A strategy for broadening and diversifying sources of funding 13 To enhance sustainability, develop a deliberate strategy for broadening and diversifying sources of funding support. GET THE FULL STORY grantthornton.com/healthcollaboration
  • 14. © Grant Thornton LLP. All rights reserved. Oversight committees established by boards 14 Nonprofit hospitals and health system governing boards and local health department boards should establish standing committees with oversight responsibility for examining community health needs, establishing priorities and developing strategies for addressing them, including multisector collaboration focused on community health improvement.
  • 15. © Grant Thornton LLP. All rights reserved. Policy positions adopted by government agencies to promote development of collaborative partnerships 15 Local, state and federal agencies with responsibilities related to population health improvement and hospital and public health associations should adopt policy positions promoting development of collaborative partnerships of hospitals, public health departments and other stakeholders to assess and improve the health of their communities.
  • 16. © Grant Thornton LLP. All rights reserved. Study report team Lawrence Prybil, PhD, lead researcher F. Douglas Scutchfield, MD Rex Killian, JD Ann Kelly, MHA Glen Mays, PhD Angela Carman, DrPH Samuel Levey, PhD Anne McGeorge, MS, CPA David W. Fardo, PhD Commonwealth Center for Governance Studies, Inc. with grant support from: Grant Thornton LLP Hospira, Inc. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation November 2014 16
  • 17. © Grant Thornton LLP. All rights reserved. Collaborating for population health 17 GET THE FULL STORY grantthornton.com/healthcollaboration
  • 18. © Grant Thornton LLP. All rights reserved. Issues trending in health care 18 We offer our insights to help your organization grow and thrive. grantthornton.com/healthcare
  • 19. © Grant Thornton LLP. All rights reserved. Anne McGeorge National Managing Partner Health Care anne.mcgeorge@us.gt.com +1 704 632 3520 Erik Shannon Partner-in-Charge Health Care Advisory Services erik.shannon@us.gt.com +1 832 487 1440 Connect with our knowledgeable professionals.

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