Statewide Partnership Planning & Analysis - Public Health Practice Section - Minnesota Dept. of Heath

Statewide Partnership Planning and Analysis

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SCHSAC: State Community Health Services Advisory Committee
Minnesota Public Health Research to Action Network
Annual Reporting (PPMRS)

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SCHSAC: State Community Health Services Advisory Committee

SCHSAC is a statutorily defined advisory group, created in 1976, to advise the state health commissioner. SCHSAC provides guidance on development, maintenance, financing, and evaluation of community health services in Minnesota. It also supports state-local public health partnership through communication and coordination between MDH and local public health agencies.

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SCHSAC Performance Improvement Steering Committee

The Performance Improvement Steering Committee guides implementation of the roadmap developed by the SCHSAC Performance Improvement and Accreditation Workgroup, and informs the development of a statewide performance management system to improve the quality, efficiency and effectiveness of the public health system.

Learn More: SCHSAC Performance Improvement Steering Committee

Practice-Based Research Network / Research to Action Network

The Minnesota Public Health Research to Action Network launched in 2009 to stimulate public health systems and services research across Minnesota. The network was created to produce important new insights and relevant findings that can be used by practitioners and elected officials to improve public health services, organizations, and systems, and ultimately improve the health of Minnesotans.

Learn More: Minnesota Public Health /Research to Action Network

Annual Reporting (PPMRS)

Each year, Minnesota community health boards report on budget, finance, staffing, and performance measures.

Learn More: Local Public Health Annual Reporting