Tracking Success: Outputs Versus Outcomes—A Comparison of Accredited and Non-Accredited Public Health Agencies’ Community Health Improvement Plan objectives

@article{Perrault2017TrackingSO,
  title={Tracking Success: Outputs Versus Outcomes—A Comparison of Accredited and Non-Accredited Public Health Agencies’ Community Health Improvement Plan objectives},
  author={Evan K Perrault and Jill Inderstrodt-Stephens and E. Hintz},
  journal={Journal of Community Health},
  year={2017},
  volume={43},
  pages={570-577}
}
With funding for public health initiatives declining, creating measurable objectives that are focused on tracking and changing population outcomes (i.e., knowledge, attitudes, or behaviors), instead of those that are focused on health agencies’ own outputs (e.g., promoting services, developing communication messages) have seen a renewed focus. This study analyzed 4094 objectives from the Community Health Improvement Plans (CHIPs) of 280 local PHAB-accredited and non-accredited public health… Expand
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