This website is for the Thriving Weld Partnership and the entire community including the general public.
The purpose of this website it to facilitate the collective impact process to make Weld County the healthiest county in the healthiest state in the nation. This website is a communication tool and catalyst for change.
To find out about the
Thriving Weld Data Dashboard
To find out more about the Community Health Improvement Plan
Tyler Payne, North Colorado Health Alliance
Cindy Kronauge, Weld County Department of Public Health & Environment
970-304-6470, ext 2221
Each action-focused strategy map describes in a concise, systematic way how our community is working on our critical issues. Each strategy map also briefly describes the outcome(s) at the top and the commuinty’s assets and drivers of change at the bottom.
Through a process of ongoing dialogue, assessment of needs and resources, and reviews of the best and most promising strategies determined by local experts, Thriving Weld Partnership members developed each plan for action around our shared goals.
A scorecard is a collection of several population and performance measures for a focus area, program, or agency. Each scorecard consists of objectives and measures.
Objectives (seen with targets in blue squares in scorecards) describe the desired change often using a “from – to”description of change. There are outcome and process objectives.
Measures (see with yellow squares in scorecards) are used to monitor progress toward achieving the objective. Measures show trends, targets, and current data values with color bands from red to yellow to green giving a quick summary of the magnitude and direction of change for that measure. Each measure is “clickable”. By doing so, more detailed information is available about the measure, including information about related initiatives. Initiatives are activities or projects and provide information about the working being done related to the objective.
Here is a little more explanation about scorecards, objectives, and measures. (link to scorecard key)
Each measure is “clickable”. By doing so, another window will display information about the data and target source, a graph showing trends over time, and information about related initiatives if available.
Data are updated as often as data become available. Each measure has a different publication schedule. Some measures are updated monthly, some quarterly, and some annually.
Data compiled for Thriving Weld are public information and may be reproduced for free with the appropriate citation, along with our URL - thrivingweld.com.
The recommended citation for the website is:
Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment. (Date). Thriving Weld Website. Retrieved data. Retrieved from [insert URL link here].
If referencing a specific measure:
Source or agency name (if available). (Date). Specific data source, if applicable (e.g. Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 2007). Thriving Weld Website. Retrieved date. Retrieved from [insert URL link here].
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