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  • Position Available – Program Assistant – CPPI | Illinois Public Health Institute
    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 Proposed homepage DRAFT Position Available Program Assistant CPPI Position Available Program Assistant CPPI admin March 7 2016 Uncategorized Permalink The Illinois Public Health Institute IPHI is seeking a customer focused energetic and well organized individual to join our team to support ongoing programs in the Center for Policy and Partnership Initiatives CPPI and supporting overall administrative projects and special initiatives This position reports to the program manager in the Center for Policy and Partnership Initiatives activities that are cross organizational and administrative will be implemented under the supervision of IPHI s CEO or managers and directors of other IPHI centers The position is full time exempt Click here for more information Share this Email Facebook LinkedIn Twitter DASH Awards Ten Communities to Improve Health through Multi Sector Data Sharing

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  • DASH Awards Ten Communities to Improve Health through Multi-Sector Data Sharing | Illinois Public Health Institute
    care public health and other sectors like social services housing education transportation law enforcement and the private sector DASH grantees aim to empower communities through multi sector data sharing helping key stakeholders make better decisions that lead to lower health care costs and healthier communities When it comes to improving public health there s a gap between the data that communities have and the data that they want and need says DASH Co Director Peter Eckart at the Illinois Public Health Institute We expect to make progress towards closing this gap enabling local decision makers to develop policies and programs that have the biggest impact in reducing health disparities Over the next 18 months the DASH National Program Office will lead a learning collaborative to build capacity and accelerate learning for developing and implementing multi sector data and information systems DASH will facilitate peer to peer learning among the 10 grantees and will expand its reach by creating a shared learning platform DASH will cultivate relationships among community information initiatives by helping to build a virtual network which will provide expert guidance technical assistance shared knowledge and facilitation of cross sector stakeholder engagement For example DASH will closely coordinate grantee learning efforts with the Community Health Peer Learning Program a new initiative designed to address specified population health management challenges through increased sharing and use of data from multiple sectors These networking activities are intended to invite and leverage the participation of other initiatives across the country and build relationships to extend the use and dissemination of evidence based best practices Our goal is to create a picture of health that is rich comprehensive and relevant so that communities have the information they need to make the most effective decisions We re excited to have the opportunity to foster collaborations that can have a far reaching influence on health says DASH Co Director Clare Tanner at the Michigan Public Health Institute The DASH grantees will receive up to 200 000 each to develop and implement multi sector data sharing projects Center for Health Care Services San Antonio TX Using a Connected Information System to Enable Spontaneous Shared Treatment of Adults with Severe Mental Illness Baltimore City Health Department Baltimore MD Baltimore Falls Reduction Initiative Engaging Neighborhoods and Data B FRIEND Public Health Institute of Metropolitan Chicago Chicago IL Childhood Lead Hazard Data Sharing Across Sectors Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation Dallas TX Food For Health Coordinating Care Across Sectors to Improve Health among Vulnerable Populations The Fund for Public Health in New York Inc New York NY Building a Shared Information System Based on Neighborhood Tabulation Areas to Enhance the Community Health Improvement Capacity in New York City Public Health Seattle King County Seattle WA KC DASHH King County Data Across Sectors for Housing and Health HealthInfoNet Portland Maine Maine Data Across Sectors for Health DASH Project Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota St Paul MN Altair Accountable Care for People with Disabilities White Earth Reservation Tribal Council Ogema MN White

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  • Upcoming webinar – Pump Up P.E.: Ways to Effectively Engage Parents | Illinois Public Health Institute
    Publications You are here Home Proposed homepage DRAFT Upcoming webinar Pump Up P E Ways to Effectively Engage Parents Upcoming webinar Pump Up P E Ways to Effectively Engage Parents admin January 7 2016 Uncategorized Permalink Join a webinar on Monday January 25 2016 from 12 30pm 2pm on how physical educators can better engage parents as champions of physical education and school health Hosted by the Illinois Alliance to Prevent Obesity s workgroup on Childhood Nutrition Physical Activity in Educational Settings this webinar will feature physical educators school leaders physicians and a parent who have all worked to promote physical education and community health in partnership with schools Participants will learn practical strategies for when and how to engage parents and the role parents can plan in advocating for physical education and physical activity in schools Register for the webinar today Download the webinar flyer and help spread the word Speakers include Sandy Noel retired physical educator and co chair of the IAPO workgroup Mark Peysakhovich Senior Director of Government Relations at the American Heart Association American Stroke Association and co chair of the IAPO workgroup Dan Phelps Assistant Principal Hononegah Community High School Martha Carmen Physical Education Science Teacher Edison Park Elementary School Tim Sanborn Cardiology Division NorthShore University HealthSystem and Clinical Professor University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine Sandy Shackelford parent from O Fallon Illinois Questions Contact Sarah Chusid at 312 850 4744 or Sarah Chusid iphionline org The Illinois Alliance to Prevent Obesity IAPO is a diverse coalition of state and local organizations working toward a state level response to the obesity epidemic through coordinated policy systems and environmental changes IAPO is convened by the Illinois Public Health Institute a nonprofit organization that mobilizes stakeholders catalyzes partnerships and leads action to promote prevention and improve

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  • Webinar: Supporting Individuals with Dementia in Illinois | Illinois Public Health Institute
    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 Proposed homepage DRAFT Webinar Supporting Individuals with Dementia in Illinois Webinar Supporting Individuals with Dementia in Illinois admin October 6 2015 Uncategorized Permalink Participants will learn about available data a set of basic core competencies identified for those who work directly with individuals who have dementia and their care partners and Illinois Alzheimer s Disease State Plan priority recommendations which can be implemented in communities to address cognitive health or impairment including Alzheimer s disease and support the needs of care partners Participants will gain information to enable them to integrate data and evidence based strategies and promising practices into state and local health improvement plans to address cognitive health or impairment including Alzheimer s disease and support the needs of care partners Click here to learn more and to view the web recording Share this Email Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Chicago

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  • Chicago Tribune Features IPHI and South Side Healthy Living | Illinois Public Health Institute
    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 Proposed homepage DRAFT Chicago Tribune Features IPHI and South Side Healthy Living Chicago Tribune Features IPHI and South Side Healthy Living admin August 10 2015 Uncategorized Permalink On Sunday August 9 Mary Schmich of the Chicago Tribune wrote a column featuring a number of healthy eating and active living initiatives that typify the types of place based efforts that help people in communities be healthier Schmich Illinois Public Health Institute IPHI CEO Elissa Bassler Active Transportation Alliance and Slow Roll Chicago toured Englewood West Englewood and Chicago Lawn on bicycles to demonstrate how health goes beyond the doctor s office Growing Home s Wood Street urban farm Grow Greater Englewood a community activity event called Play Streets hosted by Southwest Organizing Project a cooking course run by EverThrive Illinois and a healthy corner store supported by the Inner City Muslim Action Network IMAN were the initiatives featured in the story Bassler drove home the point that health starts in communities stating We need to move away from the idea that if we just had more doctors and gave people insurance cards that s going to improve health The column closed by highlighting that the Healthy Eating Active Living HEAL Act and IPHI and Illinois Alliance to Prevent Obesity IAPO The HEAL Act uses a tax on sugary beverages to pay for the kinds of programs featured in the article IPHI and IAPO are advocating that legislators include the HEAL Act in the final state budget agreement

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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Calendar
    and Technical Assistance Services Community Health Assessment for Hospitals Health Departments 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 Calendar Calendar Share this Email Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Tags accreditation Chicago local health department Peoria performance improvement PHAB public health accreditation board quality improvement Rockford training webinar West Chicago Agenda Agenda Day Month Week There are no upcoming events to display at this time What we do Consultation Technical Assistance Training Advocacy Public Education Policy Systems Research Development IPHI Initiatives Illinois Alliance to Prevent Obesity Healthy and Active Communities Network Illinois Framework Search Recent News 2015 Success Launches New

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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Consultation, Technical Assistance & Training
    IPHI s Center for Community Capacity Development provides training to health departments hospitals and community coalitions on community health assessment community health improvement planning strategic planning quality improvement and addressing health disparities using the THRIVE tool Consultation and Technical Assistance As a service to local health departments hospitals and community health coalitions and organizations IPHI s Center for Community Capacity Development CCCD offers consultation on community health assessment planning implementation performance management and evaluation activities Consultation services are delivered in a variety of ways depending on the results of the needs assessment the time line and the most effective delivery mode to build capacity Learning Collaboratives IPHI facilitates Learning Collaboratives to help strengthen and improve local and collective work on community health issues or strategies that arise as priorities across the state Focus areas include quality improvement and accreditation Healthy and Active Communities Network IPHI s Healthy and Active Communities Network supports local initiatives by providing a venue for sharing lessons learned and aligning goals and strategies to build sustainable change through influencing policy systems and environments Rethink Your Drink Healthy Beverages in Health Care IPHI can provide resources coaching presentations and other supports to hospital and health care leaders who want to offer healthier foods and beverages in their facilities In addition IPHI has produced a toolkit to help healthcare organizations think about this issue and plan for changes and a webinar for healthcare leaders to introduce the issue 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 Exercise Your Mind Collaborating To Enhance Physical Education In Illinois Schools archived project This 1 5 hour webinar provides an overview of the goals and

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/consultation-technical-assistance-training/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Advocacy & Public Education
    Alliance to Prevent Obesity IAPO IAPO is a statewide coalition comprised of stakeholders working for a state level response to the obesity epidemic IAPO works to shape and advance solutions to reverse dangerous obesity trends IAPO supporters believe that Illinois must respond to the obesity epidemic by developing coordinated systems policy improvements and investment on the scale of the problem Healthy and Active Communities Network IPHI s Healthy and Active Communities Network supports local initiatives by providing a venue for sharing lessons learned and aligning goals and strategies to build sustainable change through influencing policy systems and environments Rethink Your Drink Reducing Consumption of Sugar Loaded Beverages to Prevent Obesity IPHI is working to implement the IAPO s short term objective to mobilize educate and advocate with community residents leaders and policy makers to reduce access to and consumption of sugar sweetened beverages Enhancing Physical Education in Illinois IPHI is collaborating with the Illinois State Board of Education and the Illinois Department of Public Health to assist the Illinois Enhance PE Task Force to achieve its dual goals of revising the Illinois PE curriculum and promoting adoption of Enhanced PE in districts across Illinois by providing research facilitation and logistical support Illinois Health Information Exchange IPHI is a member of Illinois Health Information Exchange HIE Authority Advisory Committee and works to promote the use of HIE to provide data and information that supports health improvement for communities and populations Stakeholder Engagement and Partnership Development Policy Systems and Environmental Change Strategies Racial Ethnic Health Disparities Action Council REHDAC archived project REHDAC was a forum created by IPHI for minority health stakeholders to explore public health system approaches to eliminating racial and ethnic health disparities in Illinois REHDAC consisted of more than 30 stakeholders from public and private organizations throughout the state

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/advocacy-public-educatio/ (2016-04-30)
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