Building the Evidence Base for Public Health Accreditation and Quality Improvement
To advance understanding and evidence of the relationship between accreditation and other quality improvement efforts in public health and the performance and impact of the public health system.
- $600,000.00 awarded to University of Minnesota School of Public Health - Technical assistance and direction for RWJF's Building the Evidence Base for Public Health Accreditation and Quality Improvement program
- $160,000.00 awarded to Yellowstone City-County Health Department dba RiverStone Health - Implementing quality improvement in food-borne illness prevention, detection and intervention in a city-county health department in Montana
- $159,937.00 awarded to Duval County Health Department - Evaluating quality improvement approaches to improve immunizations in Jacksonville, Fla.
- $159,706.00 awarded to Community Health Foundation - Implementing and evaluating the comprehensive quality improvement program at the Tulsa Health Department (Oklahoma)
- $159,999.00 awarded to City of Milwaukee Health Department - Increasing adolescent immunization rates through school-based clinics