Theory of Action and Alignment Strategy

The resources below provide information on ACH vision and value proposition, theory of action and project planning, logic models and visuals and addressing disparities within a region or statewide. 

 

ACH Vision & Value Proposition

Building a Solid Theory of Action & Alignment Strategy

This presentation was given at the June 2017 ACH Convening. The objective of the presentation was to review the Theory of Action & Alignment Strategy requirements for Certification Phase II and provide resources for meeting them.  

 
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Theory of Action & Project Plan 

The following resource is a webinar given on June 5th, 2017 regarding the Theory of Action and Project Plan Template. This resource gives the ACH exercises that can support a strong Theory of Action and Alignment Strategy and examines the Project Plan Template, goals, timelines and overview.

 

ACH Logic Models & Visuals

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ACH Logic Model 

This conceptual logic model, prepared by the Center for Community Health and Evaluation (CCHE), illustrates the approach and activities of the Accountable Communities of Health (ACH) including regional outcomes and its impact to achieve healthier communities and a transformed health system. (September 2017)

 

Addressing Disparities

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Embedding an Equity Lens

This resource was presented as part of the Health Equity Panel held at the ACH Convening in June 2017 by North Sound ACH Executive Director, Liz Baxter.  The panel explored key topics, practices, and resources to support health and health system innovation through the lens of health equity.

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King County ACH: Equity Impact Assessment Tool

This resource was presented as part of the Health Equity Panel held at the ACH Convening in June 2017 by Executive Director of King County ACH, Gena Morgan.  The King County ACH strives to ensure that all people have full access to opportunities that enable them to lead healthy lives. This tool is used by ACH staff, governing board, workgroups, committees and design teams who are developing and supporting projects as part the King County ACH.