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Maricopa County Public Health Accreditation Overview
Transcript of Maricopa County Public Health Accreditation Overview
An overview of the accreditation process
for Maricopa County Department of Public Health
The 7 Steps of Accreditation
Documentation Selection & Submission
Improved communication & collaboration
Potential access to more resources
Recognition & Accountability
Be helpful to the Accreditation Team! Submit documents in a timely manner...and with a !
Know some of the
benefits of accreditation
and how the process might improve your work. Share with others so they might learn, too!
Understand where your job falls within the
Essential Services and 12 Domains.
Improved community health outcomes
Community Health Assessment
Community Health Improvement Plan
Department Strategic Plan
3 key reports are required for the initial application
The Accreditation or "A"-Team
24 voluntary staff members from across MCDPH
Assist the Accreditation Coordinator in completing the application & assembling the documentation needed
Help represent the Department during PHAB site visit
What is public health accreditation?
Who oversees the accreditation process?
What are the standards
and measures used for accreditation?
Public Health Accreditation is:
a set of
a process to
measure health department performance
against those standards
for those health departments who meet the standards
What are the steps to becoming accredited?
What are the benefits
How can we help
in this process?
The Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB)
Purpose: To advance public health performance by providing a national framework of standards for state, local, and tribal health departments.
Standards and measures developed by the
Public Health Accreditation Board are based on the
10 Essential Services of Public Health.
Administrative & Management Capacity
Communication & Collaboration with Governing Authority
= The 12 Domains
we are public health.
we raise the bar.
Yes! There are three things you can do...
Wow, A-Team, thanks!
Is there anything
I can do to help?
groups of standards
that relate to the Essential Services.
for each standard
that PHAB evaluates us on for accreditation.
we will be
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This presentation is supported by a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.