Public Health Staff Sharing Case Studies: Minnesota and New Jersey


SLGE examines how local public health departments have implemented staff sharing arrangements across geographic boundaries. The research provides important insight on key challenges, how the effort was implemented, financial consideration, outcomes, and lessons learned through two case studies of staff sharing arrangements  in New Jersey and Minnesota. The report also highlights two areas of focus that are critical as local leaders consider sharing staff across jurisdictions: building the business case for cross-jurisdictional sharing and evaluating the success of the arrangement.

To view all SLGE’s materials on staff sharing arrangements and implementation recommendations, click here for the collected resources.

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