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The Use of Community Issues Management (CIM) to Integrate Community Data and Facilitate Informed Decisions

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Community Issues Management combines deliberation processes with technology-driven data to inform community and policy decision making and align community resources with people and place. Panelists …

Community Issues Management combines deliberation processes with technology-driven data to inform community and policy decision making and align community resources with people and place. Panelists will describe the collaborative development of CIM and its use by a hospital network, three United Way organizations and a university extension service.

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  • 1. The Use of Community Issues Management (CIM) to Integrate Community Data and Facilitate Informed Decisions Stephen Jeanetta Mary Simon Leuci Chris Fulcher CIM Partner Communities Presented at the CDS Conference July 29, 2009 Memphis, TN
  • 2. Community Issues Management(CIM) Aligning Community Resources with People and Place CIM is a web-based system designed to help local and regional organizations frame, manage and take action on complex issues http://www.cim-network.org
  • 3. CIM Mission To improve community decision making using facilitation technologies that engage people in ways that promote understanding, strategic collaborations and the wise use of resources • Strategic planning • Engage the public • Rapidly frame issues • Expand networking opportunities • Add organizational data • Allocate resources • Understand impacts
  • 4. CIM Collaborators Hospital Network: Lehigh Valley Health Network, Pennsylvania Non Profit Organization: Trident United Way of South Carolina Non Profit Organization: United Way of Southeastern Michigan Non Profit Organization: United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona Public Health Department: Columbia / Boone County Department of Public Health and Human Services, Missouri Extension: University of Missouri Extension Policy Institute: Rural Policy Research Institute (RUPRI) - University of Missouri University Center: Center for Applied Research and Environmental Systems (CARES) - University of Missouri
  • 5. Dr. John Snow's map of deaths from cholera outbreak in London, 1854 Map of deaths in relation to the locations of public water pumps Pump Pump “…a direct reflection of the ordinary lives of the ordinary people who made up the neighborhood. “ “… two Soho residents talking to their neighbors, walking the streets together, sharing information about their daily routines...” “…a neighborhood representing itself, turning its own patterns into a deeper truth by plotting them on a map.” Pump
  • 6. How we Think - Putting Content in Context Quantitative Qualitative Objective Subjective Facts Stories Daniel Pink A Whole New Mind: Moving from the Information Age to the Conceptual Age
  • 7. CIM picks up where GIS leaves off… Issues Library Maps Reports Multimedia Files Networking
  • 8. What is CIM?
  • 9. What is CIM?
  • 10. What is CIM?
  • 11. What is CIM?
  • 12. What is CIM?
  • 13. CIM is Local
  • 14. What is CIM?
  • 15. CIM is Understanding Communities
  • 16. What is CIM?
  • 17. CIM is Impact
  • 18. Extension Application of CIM • Project Planning and Implementation – Promotoras de Salud – Issue Framing • Resource Development – Planning & Assessment Tool – Project Monitoring – Information Resource • Community Engagement – Facilitation tool
  • 19. CIM is Peer Learning CIM Host CIM Partner Community
  • 20. CIM at Work
  • 21. CIM Partner Case Studies Trident United Way, Charleston SC Chris Kerrigan, CEO – Effectively allocating resources for the Emergency Food and Shelter Program. University of Missouri Community Development Extension,Columbia, MO Steve Jeanetta – Understanding the impact of the location of different types of food choices in a defined community on indicators of wellness.
  • 22. CIM Partner Case Studies United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona Dan Duncan, Senior Vice President External Relations – Determining locations for VITA sites to increase capacity. Lehigh Valley Health Network, Pennsylvania Cathy a. Coyne, Director, Program Development Division of Community Health, Health Studies, and Education - Place-based approach to Community Health Improvement.
  • 23. Trident United Way, Charleston SC Chris Kerrigan, CEO Distribution of EFSP Funds How can we most effectively allocate incremental EFSP Funds to meet the needs of underserved communities?
  • 24. Trident United Way, Charleston SC Chris Kerrigan, CEO Distribution of EFSP Funds Questions?
  • 25. University of Missouri Community Development Extension, Columbia, MO Steve Jeanetta How do we gain a better understanding of the impact of the location of different types of food choices in a defined community on indicators of wellness?
  • 26. University of Missouri Community Development Extension, Columbia, MO Steve Jeanetta Questions?
  • 27. United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona Dan Duncan, Senior Vice President External Relations How do we determine VITA site locations to increase efficiency in reaching the highest need populations?
  • 28. United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona Dan Duncan, Senior Vice President External Relations Questions?
  • 29. Lehigh Valley Health Network, Pennsylvania Cathy a. Coyne, Director, Program Development Division of Community Health, Health Studies, and Education How do we develop a place based approach to improving community health?
  • 30. Lehigh Valley Health Network, Pennsylvania Cathy a. Coyne, Director, Program Development Division of Community Health, Health Studies, and Education Questions?
  • 31. Community Issues Management(CIM) Aligning Community Resources with People and Place Community Issues Management (CIM is a web-based system designed to help local and regional organizations frame, manage and take action on complex issues http://www.cim-network.org