Event Recap: Governance and Delivery for Public Health Services: What are the options?

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Jan 18, 2018


Charles Hunt, M.P.H.

Dana Rickley (left), Clay County Health Department administrator, and Michelle Ponce (middle), executive director of the Kansas Association of Local Health Departments (KALHD), speak during a discussion at the KHI Learning Center on December 13, 2017.

Communities across the state are facing increasingly complex health challenges. Addressing them can be difficult for any health department, especially those in small, rural counties that are working with tight budgets and limited staff.

On December 13, 2017, the Kansas Health Institute (KHI) hosted a convening to discuss how to ensure delivery of public health services across Kansas. Local and national experts examined a variety of governance and service delivery models and provided their perspectives on improving the public health system in the state.

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