Network Engagement Directory

Louisiana Public Health Institute

Mission Statement

Our mission is to improve the health and quality of life of all Louisianans regardless of where they live, work, learn or play.

Competencies:
  • Convening/Partnering
  • Fiscal/Administration Management
  • Health Communications & Social Marketing
  • Health Equity
  • Health Information Services
  • Health Policy Development, Implementation & Evaluation
  • Health Systems Transformation
  • Population-Based Health Programs
  • Research & Evaluation
  • Training & Technical Assistance
Community Served:
Louisiana
Contact Information:
  • Louisiana Public Health Institute
    1515 Poydras St., Suite 1200 New Orleans, LA 70112
  • Joseph Kimbrell, Chief Executive Officer
  • jkimbrell@lphi.org
  • 504.301.9800

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Resources contributed by this organization:

Member Webinar Presentation: Advancing Health Equity across the Network

This presentation highlights the successes of the Louisiana Public Health Institute and the Public Health Institute in their implementation and sustainability of the Community Tool for Health & Resilience In Vulnerable Environments via funding awarded to NNPHI through a Cooperative Agreement with the Office of Minority Health.

THRIVE Advances a Shared Understanding of Social Determinants of Health: A Louisiana case example

Explore how the Louisiana Public Health Institute implemented a THRIVE (Tool for Health and Resilience in Vulnerable Environments) training internally to build organizational capacity to address health inequities.

Case Study: Rapid Regional Community Health Assessment: A Gulf Coast Case Study

This case study describes a rapid regional community health assessment process developed and implemented by the Louisiana Public Health Institute.

2014 Annual Conference Session: Results from the Crescent City Beacon Community

Learn more about investing in shared infrastructure for an accountable care community, including three-year results from the Crescent City Beacon Community

2014 Annual Conference Breakout Session: “Partnering with PCORI: Improving Patient Centered Outcomes Research Through a Multi-Tiered Community Engagement Process”

Ilima Kane (Colorado Foundation for Public Health and the Environment) discusses how PHIs can improve population health and the efficiency of health care delivery through two Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) projects.

2014 Annual Conference Collaborative Practice Design Lab: “Data Systems Design”

Notes from this Collaborative Practice Design Lab (CPDL) at the 2014 NNPHI Annual Conference.

2014 Annual Conference Collaborative Practice Design Lab: “Community Health Databases”

Notes from this Collaborative Practice Design Lab (CPDL) at the 2014 NNPHI Annual Conference.

2014 Annual Conference Collaborative Practice Design Lab: “Embracing New Technology in Public Health Practice”

Notes from this Collaborative Practice Design Lab (CPDL) at the 2014 NNPHI Annual Conference.

2014 Annual Conference Collaborative Practice Design Lab: “Healthy Schools”

Georgia Health Policy Center and Louisiana Public Health Institute share best practices, processes, partners (traditional & non-traditional), challenges and potential solutions for sustainability of policy & program efforts in school health.

2014 Annual Conference Poster: Innovative Strategies for Reducing the Burden of Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease…

Heather Farb and Alexandra Priebe (Louisiana Public Health Institute) examine strategies for reducing the burden of diabetes and cardiovascular disease including lessons learned from the Crescent City Beacon Community (CCBC) Initiative.