2020 deliverables: 2015-2019 local public health assessment and planning cycle - Minnesota Dept. of Health

2020 deliverables: 2015-2019 local public health assessment and planning cycle

Given the intense focus on COVID-19, deadlines for the following items are postponed indefinitely: 2019 LPH Act annual reporting (finance, staffing) and 2015-2019 LPH assessment and planning deliverables (CHIP, strategic plan, etc.). There is no need to submit a formal extension request. Information on future deadlines for these will be provided as the COVID-19 situation evolves. REDCap forms remain open and we will continue to accept emailed deliverable documents.

Guidance

Local public health assessment and planning deliverables 2015-2019 (DOC)
Review the five deliverables due at the end of this assessment and planning cycle.

Submitting deliverables

Cover sheet: LPH assessment and planning, 2015-2019 cycle (DOC)
Review checklists: LPH assessment and planning, 2015-2019 cycle (DOC)

Submit these documents along with your plans by March 31, 2020. It is optional to submit the checklists.

Context

DeliverableCommunity health boards will submit the following five deliverables for the 2015-2019 assessment and planning cycle to the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) in the first quarter of 2020 (or any time prior):

  1. Strategic plan
  2. Description of how you monitor and revise your strategic plan: A description of how the community health board will monitor and revise the strategic plan over the next five years
  3. Priority health issues: Up to 10 priority health issues identified by the community health assessment
  4. Community health improvement plan
  5. Description of how you monitor and revise your community health improvement plan: A description of how the community health board will monitor and revise the CHIP over the next five years

Community health boards accredited on or before December 31, 2019 are not required to submit a strategic plan or community health improvement plan.

To see deliverables from the 2010-2014 cycle, visit: 2010-2014 assessment and planning cycle