Center for Performance Management
Brenda Nickel, M.S., R.N., Director & Accreditation Coordinator
Phone: (785) 296-1418
1000 SW Jackson, Suite 340
Topeka, Kansas 66612-1365
Vision - Healthier people in Kansas served by a strong, sustainable integrated public health system.
Mission - To integrate performance management and quality improvement into daily public health work using evidence to track progress and drive decision-making.
To create a cost-effective operating environment and use of evidence to provide delivery of the highest possible quality public health services which ensures protection of the public through efficient and effective public health programs addressing health of people and the environment. To learn more about this program, go to About Kansas NPHII Project.
CPM Advisory Teams:
The CPM is advised by both internal Executive and program staff, as well as by external partners including the Kansas Association of Local Health Departments (KALHD) http://www.kalhd.org/ and the Kansas Health Institute http://www.khi.org/.
Strengthening Public Health Services in Kansas:
There are multiple resources to assist public health improve quality of services offered. Resources most relevant for local health departments and the communities served are accessed by clicking on the topic areas below.
Quality Improvement (QI) Tools and Resources
Public Health Accreditation
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