Strategic Planning

How Have Other Local Health Departments Positioned Themselves as Community Chief Health Strategists? (Part 1)

We hope you've been following our blog article series on public health as the community chief health strategist. If you read our recent blog article, "What is a Chief Health Strategist," then you may remember that we shared an example of a local health department that was taking on the role of chief health strategist [...]

Why Should Your Health Department Fill the Chief Health Strategist Role?

If you've read our article, "What is a Chief Health Strategist?" then you may be wondering why your health department should fill the role of the chief health strategist for your community. The US Department of Health & Human Services has issued a challenge to public health workers, “Public health leaders should embrace the role [...]

What is a Chief Health Strategist?

Perhaps you’ve been surrounded lately by discussions about Healthy People 2020 or Public Health 3.0 and how your health department can achieve it.  Public health practice is being enhanced and broadened as pioneering local public health departments shift focus to address social determinants of health (or upstream determinants of health) and collaboration across non-traditional sectors, [...]

How Does Nightingale Notes EHR Help With Strategic Planning and Budgeting?

If you’re involved with the planning and budgeting at your public health agency, then you’re likely to be aware of what strategic planning is, and how an EHR like Nightingale Notes can make a big difference. However, if you’re new to planning and budgeting, then it might all be a bit confusing, and you might [...]

By |2018-02-12T12:36:27+00:00February 14th, 2018|Budgeting, Nightingale Notes, Strategic Planning|0 Comments