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  • Sharing New Knowledge

    Bradley Hodges is Madison County Health Department’s new Preparedness/Accreditation Coordinator. While he has been quickly absorbing all there is to know about accreditation, he has also been preparing helpful resources to train his full accreditation team. He has built an … Continued

  • Giving the gift of HDSAI 2022

    Every member of Dare’s Accreditation Team received a gift-wrapped hard copy of the new HDSAI Interpretation Document 2022 placed on their desk the week before the Christmas Holiday. No assignment was attached, simply the goal was to deliver the document … Continued

  • December 2021 Dashboard Tips

    Archived Dashboard Tip Once your health department goes through a site visit, the content in that dashboard group becomes archived. Once the content is archived, users can view but cannot add or edit any of the content. If you want to add … Continued

  • Sharing Resources across Regional Workgroups

    Cabarrus Health Alliance received funding through NACCHO’s Statewide Training/Technical Assistance Support Request in 2021 to provide resources and technical assistance to their Regional Workgroup in the areas of Data, Quality Improvement, Performance Management, and Strategic Planning. Betty Foh, who led … Continued

  • COVID-19 Evidence Suggestions: Activity 25.2

    The COVID-19 Response and NCLHD Accreditation HDSAI Guide highlights potential evidence opportunities related to the COVID-19 response. The guide also includes examples of how local health department are planning to use their COVID-19 response as evidence. Here is an example … Continued

  • COVID-19 Evidence Suggestions: Activities 14.1 and 20.2

    The COVID-19 Response and NCLHD Accreditation HDSAI Guide highlights potential evidence opportunities related to the COVID-19 response. The guide also includes examples of how local health department are planning to use their COVID-19 response as evidence. Here are two examples … Continued

  • COVID-19 Evidence Suggestions: Activities 14.4 and 20.1

    The COVID-19 Response and NCLHD Accreditation HDSAI Guide highlights potential evidence opportunities related to the COVID-19 response. The guide also includes examples of how local health department are planning to use their COVID-19 response as evidence. Here are two examples … Continued

  • Mecklenburg County Public Health – Engaging Staff in the NCLHDA Dashboard Through Microsoft Teams

    Mecklenburg County Public Health (MCPH) is engaging staff who don’t have access to the NCLDHA Dashboard by using Microsoft Teams. According to Kayla Earley, Compliance Coordinator, “With so many people working virtually, we’ve learned to utilize Microsoft Teams at its … Continued

  • Recruit and Retain Staff that Reflects the Population of the Service Area Activity 26.2

    The Richmond County Health Department partners with Vocational Rehabilitation to provide a worksite for vocational rehabilitation clients. Clients participating in the job training program are eligible to apply for vacant positions that match their job skills and training within the … Continued

  • Franklin County Health Department Clean, Disinfect and Maintain Clinical and Laboratory Equipment & Service Areas Activity 30.6 

    The Franklin County Health Department training policies on cleaning are very thorough. The cleaning process is defined by room and equipment in that room or area, making it very clear for assigned staff the cleaning duties that are to be … Continued