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DC DOH Accreditation Video

Orientation video for the DC Department of Health regarding accreditation from the Public Health Accreditation Board.
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Michael Clark

on 5 April 2013

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Transcript of DC DOH Accreditation Video

the work we do is important to our residents' well-being Road to Accreditation What is Accreditation? 12
Domains
of
Accreditation The 7 Steps of Accreditation 1. Pre-Application 2. Application 3. Documentation Selection & Submission 4. Site Visit 5. The Decision 6. Continuous Reporting 7. Re-accreditation 3 Prerequisites of Accreditation: Community Health Needs Assessment (CHA)
Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP)
Agency Strategic Plan Continous process that begins during the pre-application phase
Gathering our Department’s documentation
Assessed during PHAB’s site visit.
Internal DOH Accreditation Team will collect documents Visit by peer review team
Your role
Know what accreditation is
Answer questions about what DOH does Occurs every 5 years
Same 7 steps will be followed Vanisa Verma
Accreditation Coordinator
DC Department of Health
(202) 442-5829
vanisa.verma@dc.gov Questions? The Public Health Accreditation Board, better known as ‘PHAB’, is responsible for evaluating our department based on standards and measures that ensure we are providing the 10 Essential Public Health Services as well as the necessary support and administrative services to carry out our work. Who is PHAB? Monitor people's health Investigate health problems to protect the community Inform, educate, and empower people about health issues Work with the community to solve health problems Develop policies and plans to improve health Enforce laws to protect health and ensure safety Improve access to health care services Maintain a competent public health workforce Evaluate and continuously improve our department Guarantee successful operation of our department Accredited or
Given a year to make improvements and be revisited We've made it!
Annual Reports Start Here! Accreditation: 7 Steps Away Road to Accreditation DC Department of Health 1. Pre-Application 3 Prerequisites of Accreditation: Community Health Needs Assessment (CHA)
Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP)
Agency Strategic Plan 2. Application 3. Documentation Selection & Submission Demonstrate to PHAB that we fulfill the 12 Domains of Accreditation
Accreditation Team and Accreditation Coordinator will select and submit documents 4. Site Visit Peer review team will come and visit DOH
Your role:
Know about accreditaiton
Be able to answer questions from PHAB about DOH 7. Re-Accreditation 5. The Decision DOH Accreditation Team DOH Accreditation Team PHAB Team PHAB Team Occurs after 5 years
Same 7 steps followed District of Columbia Department of Health Public Health Accreditation What You Need to Know Domain 2: Domain 1: Domain 3: Domain 4: Domain 5: Domain 6: Domain 7: Domain 8: Domain 9: Ensure the use of best practices Domain 10: Domain 11: Domain 12: Engage the Mayor, City Council, and other governing bodies The Public Health Accreditation Board, better known as ‘PHAB’, is responsible for assessing our department on the
12 Domains of Accreditation

It is important for you to know who PHAB is, as you may be asked to participate in the accreditation process more directly and may even be contacted by PHAB during our evaluation Who is PHAB? Celebrating our successes
Identifying opportunities for improvement
Increasing communication and collaboration within our Department
Providing more funding opportunities Benefits to DOH What You Need to Know What's Expected of You? 2. Know the 12 Domains of Accreditation and be
able to cite examples of work in our department 3. Be ready to answer questions from PHAB about
our department's work 1. Provide Documentation when asked This is an important opportunity for all of us to strengthen DC's Health Achieving accredited status confirms that Vanisa Verma
Accreditation Coordinator
DC Department of Health
(202) 442-5829
accredit.doh@dc.gov Questions? And Remember... You Need to Know... What is Accreditation?
The 12 Domains of Accreditation
Who is PHAB?
The 7 Steps to Accreditation
What's Expected of You? You Are Expected to... 2. Know the 12 Domains of Accreditation and be
able to cite examples of work in our department 3. Be ready to answer questions from PHAB about
our department's work 1. Provide Documentation when asked Be on the lookout for reminder emails, newsletters, and promotional materials over the next year! What is Accreditation?
The 12 Domains of Accreditation
Who is PHAB?
The 7 Steps of Accreditation
What's Expected of You? Accreditation is an evaluation of our Department’s ability to serve the District of Columbia and improve the quality of life for our residents, visitors and those doing business in our community. Achieving accredited status confirms that the work we do is important to our resident’s
well-being. This is an opportunity for everyone to be a part of a winning team. What is Accreditation?
The 12 Domains of Accreditation
Who is PHAB?
The 7 Steps of Accreditation
What's Expected of You? We're
PHAB-ulous!
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