On Demand January 23, 2008

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How Can Use of the Performance Standards Drive National,
State and Local Public Health Policy?

Broadcast Date: January 23, 2008
(1 hour, 30 minutes)

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Laura Landrum, MUPP (6 pages)
F. Douglas Scrutchfield, MD (3 pages)
Judy Monroe, MD (4 pages)

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Program Overview

Performance Standards as Good Policy

Laura Landrum, MUPP
This presentation will provide a macro overview of the NPHPSP and highlight the new Version 2 release, and discuss how they have incorporated language into legislation for state health improvement planning and used the NPHPSP and state-level MAPP activities in response to this legislation.

Health Performance Research Findings

F. Douglas Scutchfield, MD
This presentation will discuss some of the key data findings from the research into the NPHPSP in a very lay-friendly way and in a manner that highlights the implications and opportunities for public health practice and policy.

Health Performance Standards Program

Judy Monroe, MD
As the current State Health Commissioner that is leading the use of the state and local assessments, Dr. Monroe discusses NPHPSP application from a high-level standpoint as well as how she sees the NPHPSP fitting in with overall health initiatives in the state. Also, as an early adopter of Version 2, she will speak about use of the new NPHPSP instruments.

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