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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Policy & Systems Research & Development
    matter experts to define the scope of the scan and test it against our consultants model policy databases We will conduct an environmental scan of health policy databases including databases in other sectors that are suggested by criteria for healthy communities Our team will survey and or interview a select group of potential users to develop a menu of content tools and services would be most useful for practitioners Our team will translate the findings and analysis into a conceptual model of the comprehensive local policy database The final deliverables for this project are due at the end of September Illinois Framework Stakeholder Engagement Project The State of Illinois under the direction of the Department of Human Services Project Management Office is developing a new approach to healthcare and human services The Illinois Framework is building new connections between state agencies and leveraging multiple federal investments that enable better information sharing to give Illinois and its service providers the ability to adopt a more efficient comprehensive approach to service delivery The Framework Stakeholder Engagement Project is engaging service recipients community based providers advocates and state employees to gather ideas and develop a more user friendly customer focused system IPHI has served as the Framework s lead partner in engaging stakeholders since 2011 and is embarking on a second Statewide Listening Tour this summer The Illinois Framework Statewide Listening Tour will visit nine cities between May and August Register to participate by visiting the Framework events calendar For more information visit IllinoisFramework org IQUERY Illinois Query or IQuery is a web based data query system for collecting and displaying health data IQuery was a project of the Illinois Health Data Dissemination Initiative IHDDI a coalition of seven agencies of the State of Illinois funded in part by the U S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention The IHDDI and IQuery were administered by the Illinois Department of Public Health IDPH with project management by the Illinois Public Health Institute Health Impact Assessment Health Impact Assessment SNAP and sugar sweetened beverages IPHI is currently conducting an HIA on proposed policy to exclude the purchase of Sugar Sweetened Beverages from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program SNAP formerly known as food stamps in Illinois The assessment will also consider the potential impacts of alternative policies Healthy Communities The Converging Visions of Community Health and Community Development IPHI is partnering with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and others to present this summit exploring the interactions between community development and public health in the areas of policy practice finance and philanthropy on June 12 and 13 2013 Healthy Farms Healthy People IPHI held a state wide Healthy Farms Healthy People symposium to address food access regulations food safety and production supply issues in Springfield Illinois on Tuesday October 23 2012 A report with a policy and research agenda is coming soon Case Studies on the Heath and Economic Impact of Local Food Procurement IPHI is conducting case studies with schools and other institutions that procure

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/policy-systems-research-development/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Exercise Your Mind: Collaborating To Enhance Physical Education In Illinois Schools – archived webinar
    the research and best practices that optimize the academic and health benefits of P E class and physical activity throughout the school day Parents students teachers community coalitions school boards and school administrators play key roles in mobilizing resources and achieving buy in for these changes During this webinar participants will learn about the goals and strategies of the Illinois Enhanced P E strategic Plan published in June 2012 Participants will also learn about how P E has been redefined in recent years and practical ways in which this new P E can be implemented The presenters will share research demonstrating the link between physical activity and improved academic performance Resources and tools for working with your school and community to support these changes will also be provided Objectives As a result of participating in this Webinar participants will be able to 1 Describe Illinois Enhanced P E Strategic Plan and the state level commitment to quality P E 2 Explain how P E has been redefined to optimize health and academic outcomes 3 Understand the association between physical activity and academic performance 4 Identify meaningful ways to support quality P E and potential resources for working with schools and communities to increase opportunities for physical activity Target Audience This webinar is intended for community members parents students teachers health departments school board members principals superintendents and local coalitions that want to collaborate to enhance P E Presenters Opening Remarks by Illinois State Superintendent of Education Christopher Koch Ed D Illinois Department of Public Health Assistant Director Teresa Garate Ph D M Ed Dale Brown Ph D Dale Brown is a professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Recreation and is director of the Illinois State University Exercise Physiology Laboratory With 24 years of professional experience he has taught in both the undergraduate and graduate programs at Illinois State University teaching a variety of classes from Human Anatomy and Physiology Exercise Physiology Exercise in Health and Disease Statistics and other courses His research and grantsmanship efforts have lead to numerous publications and presentations as well as over 500 000 in grants and contracts Dale has spent the last 15 years working with teachers and schools in the enhancement of physical education programs Additional research interests include physical fitness and activity exercise in health and disease and exercise metabolism Dale has a Ph D and M S from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale in Physical Education with specialization in Exercise Physiology and a B A from the University of Minnesota at Morris in Health Education Dale has been awarded health initiatives leadership award from the Greater Midwest Affiliate of the American Heart Association and has received the Heart Saver and Hero Award from the Central Illinois American Heart Association His teaching ability has been recognized at Illinois State University with the Outstanding Teaching Award within the School of Kinesiology and Recreation Paul Zientarski MS Paul is the Learning Readiness P E Coordinator for Naperville School District 203 in Naperville Illinois where

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/community-capacity-development/cccd-training/training-archive-reformatted/exercise-your-mind-collaborating-to-enhance-physical-education-in-illinois-schools-archived-webinar/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | State Health Improvement Plan
    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 State Health Improvement Plan State Health Improvement Plan Under Public Act 93 0975 Illinois is required to produce a State Health Improvement Plan SHIP every four years SHIP must include priorities and strategies for health status and public health system improvement in Illinois with a focus on prevention It also must address reducing racial ethnic geographic age and socioeconomic health disparities The plan is produced by a team of public private and voluntary sector stakeholders appointed by the director of the Illinois Department of Public Health IPHI was privileged to work with the Illinois Department of Public Health the Illinois State Board of Health and the State Health Improvement Planning Team to develop the inaugural SHIP in 2007 Share this

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/center-for-policy-and-partnerships/state-health-improvement-plan/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Adequate Health Care Task Force (AHCTF) – archived project
    Archive Consultation 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 Center for Policy and Partnership Initiatives CPPI Archived Projects Adequate Health Care Task Force AHCTF archived project Adequate Health Care Task Force AHCTF archived project 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 Active Communities Network Illinois Framework Search Recent News 2015 Success Launches New Strategic Plan

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/center-for-policy-and-partnerships/cppi-archived-projects/adequate-health-care-task-force-ahctf-archived-project/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Racial & Ethnic Health Disparities Action Council (REHDAC) – archived project
    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 Racial Ethnic Health Disparities Action Council REHDAC archived project Racial Ethnic Health Disparities Action Council REHDAC archived project The Racial Ethnic Health Disparities Action Council REHDAC is 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 consists of more than 30 stakeholders from public and private organizations throughout the state The Council works to Identify best practices and disseminate current data related to racial ethnic health disparities Highlight the limitations of the public health system that hinder progress in reducing racial ethnic health disparities Develop recommendations to improve the health of minorities and reduce racial ethnic health disparities in Illinois and Advocate for inclusion of REHDAC recommendations in statewide health improvement planning The Co Chairs for REHDAC are Joe Antolin Heartland Alliance and Joe Harrington Chicago Department of Public Health REHDAC holds meetings every few months to update members and interested parties about its work and engage members in strategizing and planning for future efforts Please check the Institute s on line calendar for upcoming events If you would like to know more about REHDAC and become a member contact us Share this Email Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Upcoming Events There are no

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/center-for-policy-and-partnerships/cppi-archived-projects/racial-ethnic-health-disparities-action-council-rehdac-archived-project/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Task Force on Health Planning Reform (TFHPR) – archived project
    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 Task Force on Health Planning Reform TFHPR archived project Task Force on Health Planning Reform TFHPR archived project Public Act 095 0005 amended the Illinois Health Facilities Planning Act creating the Task Force on Health Planning Reform TFHPR The mission of the TFHPR was to review reform and implement new or revised policies and procedures relating to the evaluation of hospital expansion projects safety net services and create a long range 10 year health facilities plan The TFHPR also reviewed and made recommendations to the size and membership of the current Health Facilities Planning Board The overall goal of the TFHPR was to ensure the prevention of unnecessary duplication of facilities and services improve the efficiency of the health care system maintain an environment in the health care system that supports quality care and support the most economic use of available resources IPHI was contracted by IDPH to coordinate Task Force meeting logistics draft minutes distribute meeting materials and facilitate general communication IPHI also kept records ensured compliance with Open Meetings Act requirements fielded inquiries from stakeholders and the public and assisted IDPH in tracking transcripts and invoices The group met monthly throughout 2008 via videoconference with facilities in Chicago and Springfield McAlpine Consulting was contracted by the Task Force to facilitate discussions during the group s final meetings and to assist legislative staff in drafting materials to lay out the Task Force s conclusions and recommendations IPHI assisted Laura McAlpine and the co chairs with crafting the group

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/center-for-policy-and-partnerships/cppi-archived-projects/task-force-on-health-planning-reform-tfhpr-archived-project/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Health in All Policies Symposium – archived project
    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 Health in All Policies Symposium archived project Health in All Policies Symposium archived project On June 28 the Health in All Policies Symposium brought together Illinois leaders from multiple sectors for a robust discussion about how to ensure that all of our policies reflect a commitment to good health Good health is about much more than health care We know that factors like education income where we live access to healthy foods and how often we exercise play a vital role in how healthy we are However these social determinants are often left out of the conversation when it comes to designing policies and programs that aim to improve health Thanks to all who attended the Health In All Policies Symposium The Symposium was an important first step in an ongoing effort to ensure that all of our policies reflect a commitment to good health Speakers Michael Gelder Senior Health Care Policy Advisor Office of Governor Pat Quinn Adam Becker Executive Director Consortium to Lower Obesity in Chicago Children Lynn Todman Executive Director Institute on Social Exclusion Adler School of Professional Psychology Randy Blankenhorn Executive Director Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning Paul Kuehnert Executive Director Kane County Health Department Mark VanKerkhoff Director Department of Development and Community Services Kane County Sponsoring Organizations The Health in All Policies Symposium received funding from the County Health Rankings project at the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute Background Readings Definition of Health in All Policies Framework General Interest Article on Health in All Policies Illinois State Health Improvement Plan Illinois 2011 County Health Rankings NACCHO Exchange Preventing Chronic Disease Presentations The Role of Policy Systems and Environmental

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/center-for-policy-and-partnerships/cppi-archived-projects/health-in-all-policies-symposium-archived-project/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Healthy Communities: The Converging Visions of Community Health and Community Development
    Communities The Converging Visions of Community Health and Community Development Read the Policy Action Brief Healthy Communities Key Opportunities for Action and Engagement here Throughout 2013 and 2014 IPHI has collaborated with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Adler School of Professional Psychology Access Community Health Network Cook County Depart ment of Public Health the Chicago Community Trust Chicago Department of Public Health Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning HUD Region 5 IFF Kane County Health Department LISC Chicago and the Northern Illinois Public Health Consortium to encourage discussion related to the common ground between public health and community development Convenings have included the June 2013 Chicago Regional Healthy Communities Summit and several community meetings across the Chicago region This policy brief reflects some of the opportunities for action and engagement we have collectively identified IPHI looks forward to further partnerships related to the key opportunities for action and engagement at the intersections of community health and community development Please contact Jess Lynch at Jessica Lynch iphionline org Past events Chicago Regional Healthy Communities Summit and Community Meetings IPHI partnered with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and others to present this summit exploring the interactions between community development and public health in the areas of policy practice finance and philanthropy on June 12 and 13 2013 View the event agenda here Building on the concept of the social determinants of health the goals for the meeting are to Develop a greater understanding of common ground between the public health and community development sectors about the concepts language and goals of each sector and how they overlap Part of this goal is fostering understanding that poor health is a barrier to vibrant communities and distressed communities are a barrier to health Lay a foundation for a more productive working relationships and

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/center-for-policy-and-partnerships/healthy-communities-the-converging-visions-of-community-health-and-community-development/ (2016-04-30)
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