ADOPTED - AUGUST 23, 2005
Agenda Item No. 24
Introduced by the Human Services and Finance Committees of the:
INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE A 2005-2006 AGREEMENT WITH THE MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY HEALTH FOR THE DELIVERY OF PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES UNDER THE COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING, BUDGETING AND CONTRACTING (CPBC) PROCESS
WHEREAS, the responsibility for protecting the public health is a shared responsibility between the State and County governments in Michigan; and
WHEREAS, the Michigan Department of Community Health and Ingham County have historically entered into contracts to clarify the role and responsibility of each party in protecting the public health; and
WHEREAS, the Michigan Department of Community Health is in the process of establishing tentative grant funding levels for 2005-2006, and these funding levels are included in the Health Departmentís 2006 budget request; and
WHEREAS, the Michigan Department of Community Health has proposed a 2005-2006 Agreement for the delivery of public health services under the Comprehensive, Budgeting and Contracting (CPBC) process to clarify roles and responsibilities, including funding relationships; and
WHEREAS, the Health Officer recommends that the 2005-2006 CPBC Agreement be authorized and executed.
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners authorizes a 2005-2006 Agreement with the Michigan Department of Community Health for the delivery of public health services under the Comprehensive Planning, Budgeting and Contracting Process.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the period of the Agreement shall be October 1, 2005 through September 30, 2006.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the scope of services included in this Agreement shall include Local Public Health Operations, and several categorical public health programs identified in the attachments to the Agreement.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that approximately $4.4 million of State/Federal funds will be made available to Ingham County through the CPBC Agreement and that Ingham Countyís contribution to expenditures associated with the Agreement and budget shall not exceed levels appropriated in the County's 2006 Budget for these purposes.†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† †††††††††††
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board of Commissioners authorizes subcontracts for the period October 1, 2005 through September 30, 2006 with specialty physicians, laboratories, and health care institutions and other service providers necessary to implement the Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program in Clinton,
Gratiot, Ingham, Jackson, Livingston, Oakland and Washtenaw Counties, which is a program included in the CPBC Agreement.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that service contracts are authorized with the following list of providers to support outreach activities to potential and current Medicaid beneficiaries in the following categories:
- Medicaid Outreach and Public Awareness
- Facilitating Medicaid Eligibility Determination
††††† -††† Program Planning, Policy Development and Interagency Coordination Related to Medicaid Services
††††† -††† Referral, Coordination and Monitoring of Medicaid Services
††††† -††† Medicaid-Specific Training on Outreach Eligibility and Services
††††† -††† Arranging for Medicaid-related Transportation and Provision of Medicaid-related Translation
These service contracts braid together requirements and funds from multiple sources including the County, W.K. Kellogg Foundation and Medicaid Administration (Federal Share).†† The braided service contracts shall be authorized up to the amounts identified below for the period October 1, 2005 through September 30, 2006:
Allen Neighborhood Center - $100,000
St. Vincent Catholic Charities - $135,000
Child Abuse Prevention Services - $55,750
Cristo Rey Community Center - $65,000
Family and Community Development Services, Inc. - $90,000
Greater Lansing African American Health Institute - $68,000
NorthWest Lansing Healthy Communities Initiative - $100,000
South Side Community Coalition - $60,000
Care Free Medical, Inc.† -† $30,000 (serving Mason and SE Lansing)
Capital Area Community Services - $35,200
Webberville Area Healthy Communities Initiative - $15,000
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a transfer of up to $60,000 from the Health Fund to the General Fund is authorized to support MSU/Ingham County Extensionís role as fiduciary for the Baker-Donora Outreach Center.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a subcontract for up to $35,000 is authorized with Professional Service Industries, Inc. to perform lead inspection and abatement oversight services through the Lead Hazard Remediation Program grant.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board Chairperson is authorized to sign the Agreement, contracts and subcontracts after review by the County Attorney.
HUMAN SERVICES:† Yeas:† Hertel, Weatherwax-Grant, Celentino, Dedden, Holman, Severino
†††††††††† Nays:†††† None††††††††††††††††† Absent:†† None††††††††† Approved 8/15/05
FINANCE:† Yeas:† Dedden, Swope, Hertel,† Thomas, Dougan
††††††††† Nays:† None†††††††††††† ††††Absent:† Schor†††††††††††††† Approved 8/17/05