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QI On Tap: Quality Improvement Onsite Technical Assistance Program

QI On-TAP is a program that was created to provide technical assistance in the area public health accreditation readiness including performance management, quality improvement, strategic planning, community health improvement planning, and workforce development.



Completed Projects

QI On-Tap for Yolo County

PHI is working with the Yolo County Department of Health Services on accreditation, performance measurement and quality improvement activities. The project is developing a standardized approach to agency-wide performance measurement to track program operations in the context of linked community health outcomes and build workforce capacity to enable the department to independently conduct quality improvement projects.

Consulting Services for 2016 County Health Rankings Release

The goals of this project are to: 1. Work with state?wide and community partners to identify a county within the lower half of the rankings that is in the community health improvement; 2. Provide one?day of onsite training on successful community engagement strategies for taking focused actions for improvement related to prioritized health issues; 3. Offer follow?up technical assistance and review via email communications and phone conferences to complete the selected quality improvement project.


QI On-Tap Training

Conduct QI On-Tap training in Lake County.


Santa Cruz County Community Health Improvement

QI On-TAP assisted the County of Santa Cruz with its community health improvement process using the Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP). The products of this work include the Santa Cruz County Community Health Assessment (CHA) and Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP). The CHA is available on the county's website, and the CHIP will be coming out in late April or early May 2018.

Tulare County CHA and CHIP

QI On-TAP assisted the County of Tulare to conduct a community health improvement planning process using Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP). The products of this work include the Tulare County Community Health Assessment (CHA) and the Tulare County Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP), and can be accessed here.

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