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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Illinois Accreditation Development Task Force (IATF) – archived project
    and Coalitions Community Health Planning and Implemnetation for Hospitals Health Departments and Coalitions Quality Improvement and Performance Management Public Health Accreditation Readiness Health Impact Assessment Stakeholder Engagement and Partnership Development Strategic Planning Evidence Based Public Health Policy Systems and Environmental Change Strategies Learning Collaboratives Obesity Action Roadmap Accreditation and Mock Review Collaborative QI Learning Collaboratives CCCD Archived Projects Health and Information Technology Data Across Sectors for Health DASH Illinois Framework Stakeholder Engagement Project IMPACT Provider Enrollment Communications BIP Stakeholder Engagement CHIT Archived Projects About IPHI Board of Directors Staff Directory Staff Representation Funders Positions available at IPHI Contact Us Public Health Links Privacy Policy Reports Publications You are here Home Center for Policy and Partnership Initiatives CPPI Archived Projects Illinois Accreditation Development Task Force IATF archived project Illinois Accreditation Development Task Force IATF archived project With funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation IPHI launched and staffed the IATF to explore and prepare for national accreditation of state and local health departments Share this Email Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Upcoming Events There are no upcoming events View Calendar What we do Consultation Technical Assistance Training Advocacy Public Education Policy Systems Research Development IPHI Initiatives Illinois Alliance to Prevent Obesity Healthy and

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/center-for-policy-and-partnerships/cppi-archived-projects/illinois-accreditation-development-task-force-iatf-archived-project/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | GOHIT Stakeholder Engagement
    CHIT Archived Projects About IPHI Board of Directors Staff Directory Staff Representation Funders Positions available at IPHI Contact Us Public Health Links Privacy Policy Reports Publications You are here Home Center for Health and Information Technology GOHIT Stakeholder Engagement GOHIT Stakeholder Engagement From June through December of 2014 the Governor s Office of Health Innovation and Transformation GOHIT convened stakeholder Work Groups to support the development of recommendations for the Alliance for Health Innovation Plan and the 1115 waiver application IPHI helped coordinate the stakeholder feedback process which resulted in over 200 recommendations to transform Illinois healthcare and human service system The GOHIT Work Group recommendations addressed the five health system transformation drivers that were identified in the Innovation Plan and the Medicaid Section 1115 waiver application Integrated Delivery System Reform Supports and Services for people with specific needs Public health integration Workforce expansion Data and technology for continuous health system improvement IPHI served as Work Group Coordinators for the Data and Technology Work Group and the Long term Services and Support Subcommittee Between the two groups the Stakeholder Engagement Team facilitated 28 meetings and conducted 13 surveys with over 700 stakeholders The diverse group of stakeholders included Consumers of waiver services Advocates parents and families of consumers Medical providers Service providers from behavioral health social services aging developmental disabilities home community based services State staff from the Department of Healthcare and Family Services the Department of Human Services the Department on Aging and the Department of Public Health Health plans Community health centers Epidemiologists Information managers and data stewards Stakeholders participated through the use of conference calls in person meetings webinars polls and surveys resulting in recommendations around Service Definitions Provider Qualifications Conflict Free Case Management Person Centered Planning Care Coordination Platform Portable Care Plan The final report is

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/center-for-health-and-information-technology/gohit-stakeholder-engagement/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Local Policy Database Scan
    investigate the current state and uses for local policy databases in community health The collaboration led by IPHI used an iterative approach to conduct the scan using the Institutes expertise advice from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Network of Public Health Institutes and subject matter experts to define the scope of the scan and test it against our consultants model policy databases The collaboration executed 28 key informant interviews with subject matter experts and two online assessments of 250 potential users and database stewards This data collection confirmed a lack of any comprehensive national level database containing local healthy communities policies and proposed conditions under which such a system might be created The project found that existing local policy databases differ in focus structure detail accessibility and comprehensiveness because of the siloed nature of project funding the absence of any central coordination and the lack of standards for healthy community policy databases While databases exist across a variety of healthy communities topic areas no single database addresses them all and not all public policy areas for healthy communities are addressed in existing databases While the definition of healthy communities is evolving most current policy databases do not reflect the increasing interest in quantitative analysis and policy impact or the increasing emphasis on public health systems and social determinants of health Key Findings End User Environment Policy database users can be categorized into two groups 1 practitioners and policy makers and 2 researchers Users are interested in a well maintained accessible local policy database Users are interested in indicators of evidence base and evaluative measures Existing databases may provide a foundation for a local policy database model Some end users are willing to pay for access to a local policy database that meets their needs Policy

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/center-for-health-and-information-technology/local-policy-database-environmental-scan/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Illinois Health Data Dissemination Initiative (IHDDI) – archived project
    Center for Health and Information Technology CHIT Archived Projects Illinois Health Data Dissemination Initiative IHDDI archived project Illinois Health Data Dissemination Initiative IHDDI archived project The IHDDI was completed in September 2012 The recently completed Illinois State Health Improvement Plan and other processes have identified several critical needs that must be addressed to improve health assessment capability in Illinois creation of a centralized point of entry for health data that improves our ability to monitor and address health disparities provision of data in a more timely fashion access to better analytic capacity improvements in data quality and meeting the needs of a broader array of potential users The Illinois Health Data Dissemination Initiative IHDDI was a state wide effort to make public health information more widely available on line The IHDDI combined activities of the Health Data Task Force created by PA 95 0418 and a CDC funded project to improve public access to data through an expanded and improved web based data query system WDQS It is a priority of the Initiative to use data to address racial ethnic and other health disparities This system supports state and community level public health planning and is targeted to state and local health departments community based organizations and state employees IQuery the public health data portal built by the IHDDI debuted in February 2010 and has been continuously updated since then The Illinois Public Health Institute staffed and facilitated the IHDDI in partnership with the Illinois Department of Public Health In addition to IDPH the initiative included the Illinois Departments of Human Services Healthcare and Family Services Children and Family Services Aging the Illinois State Board of Education and the Environmental Protection Agency IPHI received a five year CDC grant that funds some of the planning activity related to this data

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/center-for-health-and-information-technology/chit-archived-projects/illinois-health-data-dissemination-initiative-ihddi/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Illinois Health Information Regional Extension Center (HITREC) Educational Content Delivery Project – archived project
    Collaboratives CCCD Archived Projects Health and Information Technology Data Across Sectors for Health DASH Illinois Framework Stakeholder Engagement Project IMPACT Provider Enrollment Communications BIP Stakeholder Engagement CHIT Archived Projects About IPHI Board of Directors Staff Directory Staff Representation Funders Positions available at IPHI Contact Us Public Health Links Privacy Policy Reports Publications You are here Home Center for Health and Information Technology CHIT Archived Projects Illinois Health Information Regional Extension Center HITREC Educational Content Delivery Project archived project Illinois Health Information Regional Extension Center HITREC Educational Content Delivery Project archived project The project was completed in June of 2011 The Illinois Public Health Institute IPHI produced and managed the content delivery system for the Illinois Health Information Regional Extension Center IL HITREC provider education and training for healthcare providers IL HITREC provides vendor neutral technical assistance related to the selection implementation and use of electronic health record systems The cost of these services was subsidized through an award from the Office of the National Coordinator ONC U S Department of Health and Human Services The focus of the Content Delivery Project was on physician practice education to promote physician adoption and meaningful use of the electronic health records through delivery of educational content developed by the faculty at the University of Illinois at Chicago and other content experts and thought leaders Over the course of the one year grant IPHI developed the content management and delviery system and produced eight webinars reaching a total of IPHI developed the content delivery system so that each monthly presentation included registration reminders audio visual webinars live questions and answers frequently asked questions and evaluation and feedback As a component of the content delivery system IIPHI packaged and managed the audio visual and web based educational materials on the IL HITREC online virtual community

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/center-for-health-and-information-technology/chit-archived-projects/il-hitrec-educational-content-delivery-project/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Illinois Health Information Security and Privacy Collaborative (HISPC) – archived project
    and Privacy Collaboration HISPC is a federal initiative of multi state collaborative to study privacy and security challenges for the implementation of health information exchange HIE in the states National home for HISPC at the U S Department of Health and Human Services Illinois Home for HISPC at the Illinois Department of Public Health In 2008 HISPC Illinois joined California Ohio and North Carolina as part of the Consent 2 Policy Options Collaborative The purpose of the collaborative is to explore the viability of statutory options that states could enact to resolve barriers to the exchange of personal health information among states that have conflicting state laws and requirements governing consent In 2009 HISPC Illinois was awarded an extension to its contract to continue the work of the HISPC Illinois Steering Committee to create a workshop on Policy Operations for interstate and Intrastate Consent to extend the planning around developing an Intrastate Compact and test consumer and provider education messages developed by other multi state collaborative HISPC Illinois Consumer Education Challenge HISPC Illinois Consumer Education Challenge partners Illinois Primary Health Care Association Illinois AARP Coalition for Quality and Patient Safety of Chicagoland HISPC Illinois identified three consumer oriented stakeholder associations organizations within the state including any HIOs and adapted 2 4 of the materials created by other multi state consortia Illinois low literacy consumer office poster Illinois low literacy consumer brochure Illinois consumer security brochure Illinois consumer e health fact sheet Illinois consumer privacy and security FAQ HISPC Illinois Provider Education Challenge HISPC Illinois Provider Education Challenge partners Illinois Hospital Association Illinois State Medical Society HISPC Illinois will identify and partner with two provider associations within Illinois selected by and from the HISPC Illinois Steering Committee such as the Illinois State Medical Society and the Illinois Hospital Association Another opportunity

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/center-for-health-and-information-technology/chit-archived-projects/illinois-health-information-security-and-privacy-collaborative/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Illinois Office of Health Information Technology (OHIT) Medical Trading Area Grants Monitoring and Stakeholder Engagement – archived project
    Planning staff devised a process whereby the state would be divided into 16 Medical Trading Areas MTAs that reflected a patient centric model of medical care transactions and referrals within a geographic region An Illinois Medical Training Area refers to a geographic subdivision of the State based on locations where a majority of people who live in a particular area receive their health care MTA designations ensure that state planning efforts for HIE are based on the true needs of patients and the healthcare providers they go to for services In 2009 HFS designed a one year Health Information Exchange HIE planning process that culminated with the development of one and three year plans along six domains for health information exchange The MTA HIE planning process was initiated with an emphasis on both governance and local stakeholder engagement IPHI supported stakeholder engagement and monitoring for the grants reporting process of the MTA HIE planning process IPHI implemented broad stakeholder engagement by holding regular Executive Council meetings and routine Regional Advisory Council or smaller Work Group meetings to keep members informed and motivated Among the common elements of successful engagement were one on one meetings to engage key decision makers hospital executives physician leaders and practice managers and identifying HIE champions among a group of clinicians who had adopted EHR to spread the word among their peers The year long MTA HIE planning process was designed to accelerate interest and acceptance of HIE in Illinois As a result of the process multiple multi county initiatives emerged that ultimately led to the creation of regional exchanges The Illinois Health Information Exchange worked closely with each of these regional HIEs with the goal of maximizing flexibility efficiency and statewide participation This provided a pathway for every provider in the state to participate in

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/center-for-health-and-information-technology/chit-archived-projects/illinois-office-of-health-information-technology-medical-trading-area-grants-monitoring-and-stakeholder-engagement/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Internship Opportunities
    and Environmental Change Strategies Learning Collaboratives Obesity Action Roadmap Accreditation and Mock Review Collaborative QI Learning Collaboratives CCCD Archived Projects Health and Information Technology Data Across Sectors for Health DASH Illinois Framework Stakeholder Engagement Project IMPACT Provider Enrollment Communications BIP Stakeholder Engagement CHIT Archived Projects About IPHI Board of Directors Staff Directory Staff Representation Funders Positions available at IPHI Contact Us Public Health Links Privacy Policy Reports Publications You are here Home About IPHI Positions available at IPHI Internship Opportunities Internship Opportunities IPHI offers a variety of intern positions and a dynamic and challenging work environment Community Capacity Development Intern The Illinois Public Health Institute is seeking an intern in IPHI s Center for Community Capacity Development to 1 assist health departments and non profit hospitals in conducting community health assessments and developing community health improvement plans and 2 literature review and background research for a statewide suicide prevention curriculum and other projects Illinois Alliance to Prevent Obesity IAPO Intern The Illinois Public Health Institute is seeking a graduate level intern to support the Illinois Alliance to Prevent Obesity a statewide coalition launched and coordinated by the Illinois Public Health Institute Through this unique training opportunity interns will gain hands on experience in several possible areas including government relations public policy development communications media relations and health and policy research Data Across Sectors for Health DASH Intern The Illinois Public Health Institute is seeking a graduate level intern to support Data Across Sectors for Health a national initiative to support multi sector collaborations sharing data and information to im prove the health of their communities The intern will gain hands on experience working in a National Program Office coordinating between funder and grantees participating in systems level changes and contributing to a burgeoning field of sharing data across sectors Share

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/about-iphi/positions-available-at-iphi/internships/ (2016-04-30)
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