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Healthy People 2nd Community Assessment Meeting

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Spokane Regional Health District

1101 West College Avenue

Spokane, WA 99201

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Please join us for the 2nd Healthy People Community Assessment meeting which will take place on Tuesday, January 23rd from 3-5pm at the Spokane Regional Health District. The meeting will be co-chaired by Sara Clements-Sampson, Benefits Manager for Providence, and Torney Smith, Administrator for SRHD with support from Dr. Patrick Jones and his staff at the Community Indicators Project. Below is the agenda. You do not have to have attended the first meeting to participate in the second.

  • Welcome & self-introductions (10 mins)
  • Review of the results of the vote, featuring many/most/all new indicators chosen (30 minutes)
  • Review of the implicit ranking of issues from the vote (5 mins)
  • Discussion of what measures, not taken by this category, most impact the measures in this category (30 mins)
  • Discussion around the top 3 priorities in this category, using established PS guidelines (45 mins)
  • Wrap up and next steps --e-vote, assembly in late March/early April (5 mins)

Why should you participate?

You are a subject matter expert and can provide insight into the needs in the community from your perspective. You can use the results from the taskforces and final assembly voting process to inform your own agency priorities and strategic planning. By aligning on a priority with other agencies, greater impact is likely to be achieved. Individual agencies can provide support by helping to inventory assets and gaps on the cross-cutting priorities, communicating their strategic priorities and linking with other organizations who have similar goals, and supporting the measurement, evaluation and communication of collaborative efforts and other strategies. You are welcome to become a member of CHAB.

What are the products or deliverables coming out of this process?

  1. Each of the six taskforces will identify five topical priorities that individual agencies or the taskforces can use for their own work.

  2. The community will identify three to five cross-cutting priorities that collaboratives and/or individual organizations can take forward for collective work to move the needle.

  3. A community improvement plan will be written documenting the process and demonstrating:

  4. o Assessment process, including data sources used to describe issues, general and vulnerable populations, and contributing causes behind issues

  5. o Partners from various sectors in the community and the voice of the public

  6. o Community assets and resources, including literature research on model practice

  7. o Selected priorities with goals, objectives, strategies, and performance measurements

For more information, contact:

Ryan Oelrich, Priority Spokane Executive Director, 499-0536 or priorityspokane@outlook.com

Stacy Wenzl, CHAB Coordinator, 324-1698 or swenzl@srhd.org



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