Use Tools as a Team

Use Tools as a Team

Please note that the University of Kentucky Coordinating Center, and the researchers of this tool, have access to the raw data of anyone utilizing the assessment. If you wish for your team’s data to not be associated with your specific health department, we recommend creating a team log-in that does not name your health department or region.

Create a Team Login

Thank you for your interest in registering as a group! The link below will take you to a page where you can create a username. Once it's approved by our web administrator, you can log in and use the PHSSR Tools as a group.

Create a Team

Create a Team Login

Thank you for your interest in registering as a group! The link below will take you to a page where you can create a username. Once it's approved by our web administrator, you can log in and use the PHSSR Tools as a group.

Create a Team

Register as a Group

Thank you for your interest in registering as a group! The link below will take you to a page where you can create a username. Once it's approved by our web administrator, you can log in and use the PHSSR Tools as a group.

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Quality Improvement Maturity Tool

Staff members engaged in quality improvement (QI) activities and other leaders in local and state health departments can use this tool to assess their health department’s “quality improvement maturity,” or the extent to which the department operationalizes QI best practices.

Administrative Evidence-Based Practices Assessment Tool

This tool helps managers and practitioners at local and state public health departments assess the extent to which their departments utilize administrative evidence-based practices (A-EBPs), leading to improved efficiency and public health outcomes, and building competency for accreditation.

Community Health Improvement Plans and Processes Quality Measurement Tool

Local health departments, boards of health, and others partners can use this tool to measure the quality of their community health assessments and improvement plans and processes, and to identify areas for improvement.

Staff Cost of Public Health Services Estimator

This tool offers managers an easy way to estimate the staff costs of providing specific public health services. These estimated staff costs can be used for budgeting, planning, and quality improvement purposes.

PHAST/MPROVE Measures of Local Public Health Service Delivery

Researchers, state and local health department practitioners, and non-governmental community leaders can use the Measures of Local Public Health Service Delivery to further standardize their own monitoring, reporting, and tracking of public health activities.

Economic Burden of Chronic Disease in California

This tool provides public health practitioners and leaders in California with estimates of the number of cases and cost of care of six chronic conditions by ethnicity, age, gender, county and region.

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