The Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention (DHDSP) has evaluation tools and resources to assist state health departments, tribal organizations, public health professionals, communities, and partners in their programmatic and evaluation efforts. The guides, summaries, and trainings would be helpful for heart disease and stroke prevention programs or anyone working in chronic disease prevention.
The CDC’s Health Systems Scorecard (HSSC) Version 2.0 is a voluntary quality improvement tool to assess evidence-based chronic disease care management policies and practices. Download and share the following tools:
- REVISED CDC Health Systems Scorecard (HSSC) Assessment Tool Version 2.0 (Replication of Electronic Version) [PDF – 1 MB]
Review a PDF of what the HSSC Version 2.0 will look like on the HSSC platform.
- CDC Health Systems Scorecard Version 2.0: Technical Assistance & Resource Guide for Public Health Departments [PDF – 2 MB]
Use this guide to learn how to gain access to the customizable HSSC platform, how to implement and use the HSSC, and what evaluation tools helped inform version 2.0.
- Training for Health Systems: The CDC Health Systems Scorecard v2.0 [PPT – 1 MB]
Customize this PowerPoint presentation to help teach health systems how to implement the HSSC Version 2.0.
- Introduction to the CDC Health Systems Scorecard v2.0 [PPT – 1 MB]
This PowerPoint presentation is for state health departments to learn how to implement the HSSC Version 2.0.
- AREB Coffee Break: Health Systems Scorecard V2.0 [PDF – 520 KB]
View slides and read a transcript of the 20-minute discussion dedicated to the HSSC Version 2.0. Learn about what improvements were made to enhance the HSSC’s usability and utility.
This implementation guide for public health practitioners and health care professionals is based on the Grady Heart Failure Program. The guide provides a detailed description of an effective intervention to address health disparities among heart failure patients.
Learn how to leverage partnerships between public health professionals and health care systems to improve patient care and reach more patients with cardiovascular disease based upon this Recipe for Public Health from the Maryland Learning Collaborative.