Accreditation Webinar Series
Performance Management: Finding a Fit for Your Health Department (Nov. 16, 2017)
Individuals who lead public health performance management efforts at state and local health departments join PHAB staff to:
–Discuss the requirements for performance management as detailed in the PHAB Standards and Measures,
–Develop a strategy for identifying and monitoring agency performance measures,
–Describe a range of tools that health departments may use within their system for performance management, and
–Explore multiple tools and strategies currently being implemented through accredited health departments to support performance management.
View the Webinar: Performance Management: Finding a Fit for Your Health Department
View the slide set: PM webinar 11.16.17
Performance Management: Finding a Fit for your Health Department webinar co-presenter Megan DiMeglio of the Norwalk, Connecticut, Public Health Department, has shared examples of spreadsheets used in the agency’s performance management process. The spreadsheets are posted below. If you have questions or would like additional information related to the use of these spreadsheets, please contact Megan at firstname.lastname@example.org
Advancing Health Equity through the PHAB Standards (May 31, 2017)
Individuals leading health equity work at local health departments join PHAB staff in an exploration of the specific PHAB Standards that address collaborative efforts to advance health equity. The discussion includes the multiple ways in which health departments collaborate with community partners to promote health equity and a culture of health, and strategies currently being implemented through accredited health departments to advance health equity in the populations they serve.
View the webinar here: Advancing Health Equity through the PHAB Standards (May 31, 2017)
Health Equity in the PHAB Standards and Measures (Version 1.5)
An Introduction to PHAB Reaccreditation (February 9, 2017)
Robin Wilcox, Chief Program Officer at PHAB, provides an overview on the reaccreditation process and the Standards and Measures. The discussion includes outcomes reporting, timelines, and narrative forms.
Slide Set: An Introduction to PHAB Reaccreditation
Reaccreditation FAQ: View or download this six-page packet of important questions and answers related to reaccreditation. (February 2017)
The webinar may also be viewed on You Tube.
Creating and Presenting Your Documentation: Tips for Success (October 20, 2016)
A webinar on how to optimize your documentation to help your department succeed in the accreditation process through first-hand perspectives. Speakers are Shirley Orr, PHAB Consultant; Marita Chilton, PHAB Accreditation Manager; April Harris, PHAB Accreditation Specialist (and Three Rivers District Health Department at the time the webinar was recorded); Colleen Svoboda and Jeff Soukup, Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services.
The webinar may also be viewed on You Tube.
PHAB’s online training modules have been developed to assist applicants and site visitors with specific aspects of the roles they will fulfill in the accreditation process. The training modules are intended to supplement and reinforce the in-person training. The online training modules and conferences are available at www.cecentral.com/phab, and are hosted by PHAB education partner CECentral through the University of Kentucky.
This module details the various elements that must be considered and planned in hosting the site visit, including details about travel logistics, the agenda, interviews and the needs of site visitors while inside the health department.
This module details the various elements site visitors must know to lead a proper and informative site visit. It includes information on the agenda, interviews, and the role and behavior of site visitors during the on-site time at the health department.
Site Visitor e-PHAB Refresher (requires password)
This module explains how to use e-PHAB to review documentation, to write comments and notes, and to build the site visit report. This refresher, a review of the e-PHAB system from the in-person training, takes the site visitor from log-in to completing the site visit report.
This module explains the various tabs within e-PHAB that the applicant will use to upload documentation. Included are aspects of submitting documentation, submitting documents for re-opened measures, and communication through the “notes” and “ask PHAB” features. The module is presented both in its entirety and as mini-modules that focus on specific elements in using e-PHAB.
This module contains information for applicant health departments, including the legal agreement between the applicant and PHAB, communication, and confidentiality.
This module contains information for anyone who serves as a PHAB site visitor. It includes information on conflicts of interest, the site visitor agreement, communication, and confidentiality.
Continuing Education Credit
Credit for continuing education (CE) is available to all who watch these trainings. To receive credit, register on the CECentral site and log in prior to watching a training, or when prompted. After completing the training, complete the short quiz/evaluation. A CE certificate will be available for printing.