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Accreditation Preparation & Quality Improvement

Accreditation Preparation and Quality Improvement

NACCHO provides tools, resources, and training opportunities to local health departments (LHDs) to assist in their preparation for accreditation, performance and quality improvement efforts.

Additional Resources: Accreditation Support Initiative (ASI) | Documentation Library | Fees and Funding | Performance Improvement Webinars

Accreditation & Quality Improvement E-Newsletter

accreditNATION is NACCHO's accreditation preparation and quality improvement e-newsletter. 

Through this e-newsletter we will share:   

  • Resources to prepare for accreditation and engage in quality improvement activities;  
  • Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB) updates;
  • and, Opportunities to share and highlight your health department accreditation preparation efforts.

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Accreditation Map Nov 2015


Accreditation Numbers Nov 2015

PHAB administers the voluntary national accreditation program for state, local, territorial, and tribal health departments. Please visit their site for more information -

National Public Health Improvement Initiative

Local and State Health Departments funded under the Affordable Care Act, National Public Health Improvement and Capacity Building Initiatives will receive direct Capacity Building Assistance (CBA) and support in the form of TA, training, tools, resources, and support that will enhance health department capacity to improve internal practices, increase efficiencies and develop and support new infrastructure and systems to increase their effectiveness and efficiency, subsequently enhancing the public health infrastructure and improving health.

For more information, click here.