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A presentation to the National Flex Grant Program Conference in 2012. This was a short explanation of the Logic Model we use to plan out our multi-year grant proposal.

A presentation to the National Flex Grant Program Conference in 2012. This was a short explanation of the Logic Model we use to plan out our multi-year grant proposal.

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    WI (Flex Program) Logic Model WI (Flex Program) Logic Model Presentation Transcript

    • theFlexLogic Model
    • Why a Logic Model? vs.
    • Assessing the Needs “Yeah ok . . . let’s try that.”
    • Choose ProgrammingBased on Needs Data Use assessment results  MBQIP  Flex Monitoring Team Ask stakeholders  Interviews and focus groups  Surveys
    • Start With 3 Flex CategoriesQI Operations/Finance Health System Dev
    • Start With 3 Flex Categories QI Operations/Finance Health System Dev
    • Select Needs for Each QI Operations/Finance Health System Dev a b c a b c a b cPropose needs assessments regularly to update your data
    • Filter Needs a b eResources c d e a b c d a e c dLimits d a b a e c dOpportunities a b
    • Turn Needs into Goals
    • Set Outcome Measures Success =
    • Select Strategies that Target Goals SORH Strategies – Education – Creating Tools – Technical Assistance – Consulting – Group Projects
    • Identify Activities “Hallelujah!!”
    • Identify ActivitiesActivities  Strategies  Goals
    • Identify Desired Outcomes/Impacts Outputs = what happened (deliverables) • Held workshop, # attended, plan written Outcomes = impact • “We did that …what’s changed?” Show me the Outcomes!
    • And now...let the wild rumpus begin! John Eich Director, WI Office of Rural Health