This guide provides policymakers, funders and prevention planners with a common understanding of “evidence-based practice” and tools to identify effective strategies that prevent public health problems.
Courtney Clyatt (Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute) discusses the different roles that PHIs play to improve population health and the efficiency of health care delivery, particularly in bringing diverse stakeholders to the table.
Shannon Laing and Julia Heany (Michigan Public Health Institute) brainstorm innovative tools for performance improvement that could be useful to tribal public health organizations and partner agencies.
The National Academy for State Health Policy share State Refor(u)m. de Beaumont Foundation, Duke Community and Family Medicine, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention demonstrate “A Practical Playbook: Public Health & Primary Care Together.
Learn more about how Mississippi Public Health Institute worked with a primary care clinic, the health department, community health center, faith-based organizations, and the communities to improve clinic-community engagement.
Anna P. Schenck (North Carolina Institute for Public Health) illustrates an approach to measure the return on investments in local health department services for infant mortality and other potential outcomes.