Public Health Finance

Sustainability of the governmental public health system is dependent principally on the financial health of state and local public health agencies. This is a challenge since public health programs and services are often provided in fiscally strapped environments (e.g., government revenue declines, budget reductions, economic recessions, unfunded mandates). NACCHO's research and engagement with LHDs across the country affords it a national perspective on the local public health financial situation. This website provides resources to help LHDs sharpen their big picture understanding of local public health finance and enhance their individual organizational financial health.

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Public Health Infrastructure

eLearning courses and programs to build financial knowledge

eLearning courses and programs to build financial knowledge and skills to support public health

Public Health Infrastructure

eLearning courses and programs to build financial knowledge

Public Health Infrastructure

What is a UCOA?

This website offers consistent financial reporting that helps make the evidence-based case for public health funding decisions.

Public Health Infrastructure

What is a UCOA?

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