Confronting a Pandemic in a Home Rule State: The Indiana State Department of Health Responds to H1N1

Case Analysis

If Indiana State Health Commissioner Dr. Judy Monroe (commonly referred to as “swine flu”) the emergence of H1N1 learned in late April, 2009, they had to quickly find out how an effective response to their condition is very balkanized coordinate health care in which more than 90 local health authorities exercised considerable autonomy. Over the next few months, they would come on strong relationships they had worked hard to establish with the local health authorities to bec … Read more »

If Indiana State Health Commissioner Dr. Judy Monroe (commonly referred to as “swine flu”) the emergence of H1N1 learned in late April, 2009, they had to quickly find out how an effective response to their condition is very balkanized coordinate health care in which more than 90 local health authorities exercised considerable autonomy. Over the next few months, they would come hard on relationships that they had worked hard to create with the local health authorities after obtaining the Commissioner – but she and her senior advisors would have to climb to communicate new opportunities and their coordinate find local partners, the jurisdictions that represented varied considerably in terms of size population demographics, resources and capacity of public health. Case number 1974.0
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David Giles,
Arnold Howitt
Source: Harvard Kennedy School
21 pages.
Release Date: 3 December 2012. Prod #: HKS728-PDF-ENG
Given a pandemic in a Home Rule State: Indiana State Department of Health responds to H1N1 HBR case solution