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OHIO PUBLIC HEALTH PARTNERSHIP

Association of Ohio Health Commissioners (AOHC)

Ohio Association of Boards of Health (OABH)

Ohio Public Health Association (OPHA)

Ohio Environmental Health Association (OEHA)

Society for Ohio Public Health Educations (SOPHE)

A BIT ABOUT US

Since 2005, OPHP unites 5 Public Health Associations in Ohio

The mission of the Ohio Public Health Partnership (OPHP) is to promote and strengthen public health through a sustained partnership of Ohio’s public health associations, serving as experts, advocates and leaders.

OPHP is dedicated to the advancement of public health through a united, more efficient, effective and sustained relationship between its member public health organizations.

ACTIVITIES

Making A Difference

ACCREDITATION LEARNING COMMUNITY

The Accreditation Learning Community (ALC) began in 2013 as a networking and technical assistance event to help Ohio local health departments pursue national public health accreditation.  Currently the ALC is funded by the Ohio Department of Health through the Ohio State University Center for Public Health Practice.  OPHP and Wright State University administer the ALC.  

The final ALC for the 2019 year was held in September.  There will be a PHAB Documentation Webinar on October 16, 2019.  Local Health Departments interested in the Webinar should go to Upcoming Events on the OPHP Home Page to register.  For more information, Contact Susan Tilgner at tilgnersusan@gmail.com.

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NEW ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT (AFR) for Local Health Departments

The Ohio 21C Project (Public Health in the 21st Century) developed a tool to measure costs of providing foundational public health services (FPHS) for local health departments.  The tool is based on other national costing work and is funded by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) in collaboration with the Public Health National Center for Innovations (PHNCI).  

In 2019 the Annual Financial Report (AFR) required by the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) was revised based on this new costing tool.  Version 2.0 of the Costing Tool and User Guide will be available to local health departments later this Fall for submitting the 2020 AFR.  

 

For more information, contact Susan Tilgner at 

tilgnersusan@gmail.com.

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A BIT ABOUT US

Since 2005, OPHP unites 5 Public Health Associations in Ohio

The mission of the Ohio Public Health Partnership (OPHP) is to promote and strengthen public health through a sustained partnership of Ohio’s public health associations, serving as experts, advocates and leaders.

OPHP is dedicated to the advancement of public health through a united, more efficient, effective and sustained relationship between its member public health organizations.

"Great things are done by a series of small things brought together"

Vincent van Gogh

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