Quality Improvement/Performance Management

Adverse Childhood Experiences in States and Territories Infographic Three: A Look at ACEs Prevention Strengths—Partnerships

January 21, 2021

Cross-sector collaboration is critical to successfully preventing adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). Because the impact of ACEs have societal implications and can potentially affect chronic/behavioral illnesses, everyone has a role in preventing ACEs. This infographic details how state and territorial health agencies utilize partnerships to increase ACEs prevention capacity. Health agencies should review internal and external partnerships and strategic plans to understand roles and responsibilities and reveal opportunities to strengthen collaborative efforts.Read More »

Performance Management Essentials

July 24, 2020

Sustaining a performance management system is key to its success. A strong performance management system can help transform an agency’s practice so it is aligned, data driven, and focused on achieving improved outcomes for the population. This brief highlights four top takeaways from the experience of six public health agencies working to establish and strengthen their own performance management systems.Read More »

Top 10 Promising Approaches to Improving Population Health

May 20, 2019

Public health officials are key in crafting policies and strategies that address the social determinants of health to advance health equity and improve population health. This infographic highlights 10 approaches that state and territorial health officials can explore with partners in the community, healthcare sector, and other governmental agencies to achieve optimal health for all.Read More »

PHAB Accreditation Impact Infographic Series

August 16, 2018

This four-part infographic series, developed by ASTHO with support from CDC’s Center for State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial Support (CSTLTS), illustrates successes from six state health departments to show how Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB) accreditation positively influenced agency processes, programs, and infrastructure.Read More »

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