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Using Performance Monitoring to Improve Community Health: Exploring the Issues: Workshop Summary Contents     SUMMARY   1     INTRODUCTION   4      Study Plans,   4      The Workshop,   6     CONNECTING WITH THE COMMUNITY   6      Assessing a Community's Health,   6      Adapting Health Plan Performance Indicators for the Community,   9     ASSESSING COMMUNITY PUBLIC HEALTH PRACTICE   12      Developing Performance Measures for Public Health Practice,   12      Using Public Health Performance Measurement,   15      Comments on the Committee's Task,   17     MONITORING AND IMPROVING COMMUNITY HEALTH: A WASHINGTON STATE CASE STUDY   17      Public Health in Washington State,   18      Linking Academic Health Centers and Local Health Departments,   19      Private Sector Participation in Community Health Activities: The Role of Group Health Cooperative of Puget Sound,   21      Addressing Environmental Health Issues,   23      A Voluntary Approach to Developing Public–Private Health Information Systems,   25      Community Health Assessment in Seattle–King County,   27     ACTIVITIES AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL   32      Federal Agencies,   32      Private Sector Organizations,   36

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Using Performance Monitoring to Improve Community Health: Exploring the Issues: Workshop Summary     COMMITTEE COMMENTS ON PRESENTATIONS AND DISCUSSION   41     REFERENCES   45     APPENDIXES    A   Vision Statement,   48  B   Workshop Agenda,   54  C   Workshop Speakers and Guests,   58