About the Public Health Performance Improvement Network
The Public Health Performance Improvement Network (phPIN) is a learning community and peer exchange network for those of you providing leadership in performance improvement in public health. Launched in January of 2016 through a collaboration between CDC’s Office for State, Tribal, Local and Territorial Support and the National Network for Public Health Institutes, phPIN offers a forum for innovative performance improvement practitioners in public health to network, access just-in-time resources, and share emerging practices on the topics of most interest to you:
- Performance management
- Quality improvement
- Community health assessment and improvement planning
- Workforce development plans and training
Submit an application to join the phPIN network and online portal »
How will phPIN help me?
Members of phPIN share tried and true resources and tools through access to:
- A two-way listserv that enables discussion and sharing
- Monthly webinars driven and led by practitioners in the field
- An online portal for networking and resource exchange (currently in development)
The phPIN network comprises an enthusiastic group of accomplished professionals willing and able to offer support. Network members avoid reinventing the wheel on performance improvement initiatives through:
- Immediate access to the collective knowledge of hundreds of public health performance improvement professionals who are willing to share their experiences
- Feedback and peer suggestions for overcoming obstacles in your organization
- Sharing the latest resources and opportunities in the public health performance improvement field, including trainings, scholarships, calls for abstracts, and job postings
- Access to technical assistance from experts at national organizations
Is phPIN for me?
Are you a member of a state, tribal, local, or territorial health department whose job includes quality improvement or accreditation activities?
Do you play a role in advancing performance improvement efforts in public health organizations?
Are you committed to ensuring that your organization’s processes and programs run more efficiently and effectively?
Are you developing tools and resources to help your organization meet its full potential?
If you responded yes to any of these questions, then phPIN is for you!