Local Public Health Act annual reporting
Each year, Minnesota community health boards report data on programs, activities, and resources, to help monitor the health of the state-local public health partnership.
Local Public Health Act annual reporting is open each year from mid-February to March 31.
Reporting your data
Modules and guidance: Review guidance provided for each module prior to submitting your data: Finance, staffing, performance measures, and MCH Title V Block Grant.
Log In to REDCap: Log into REDCap to submit data for LPH Act Annual Reporting each spring.
Help with REDCap: Help is here for external partners using REDCap to enter data!
What's new? Learn more about what's happening right now in LPH Act Annual Reporting.
Frequently asked questions: Got a question?
Past data: Learn about previous years' system priorities and improvements.
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Contact database for community health boards: CHS administrators are responsible for maintaining the information in the Community Health Board Contact Database in PPMRS.
Accountability requirements for the Local Public Health Act: There are two components to compliance: statutory requirements, and performance-related accountability requirements.
Monitoring and revising your community health improvement plan (CHIP): A CHIP is a living document that a community health board routinely reviews, monitors, and updates based on progress, changing needs, and priorities.
Environmental Health Continuous Improvement Board (EHCIB): The EHCIB was chartered by LPHA and MDH to fundamentally advance Minnesota’s state-local partnership in environmental health.
Title V MCH Block Grant: The MDH Community & Family Health Division maintains information for Minnesota's Title V Maternal and Child Health Block Grant, and will communicate with local public health leadership directly about Title V reporting.