L.A. County DHS Governance

For more than a decade, proposals for alternative governance of L.A. County Department of Health Services (DHS) have faced support and opposition. Some believe that new governance will promote system-wide planning, lead to better decision-making, improve efficiency and expand revenues. Others feel that reform will not solve the underlying problems facing the system. Given L.A. County DHS’ projected budget deficit, the implementation of alternative management may move this system toward solvency.

Publications and Documents

Jun 09 2005
David Janssen, L.A. County Chief Administrative Office (CAO)

Report on Public Health as a Separate Department

May 11 2005
Alameda County Grand Jury

2004-2005 Alameda County Grand Jury Interim Report

Apr 18 2005
David Janssen, L.A. County Chief Administrative Office (CAO)

Health Authority Blueprint - Preliminary Report

Jun 06 2003
Hospital Association of Southern California (HASC)

Should the Governance of the Los Angeles County Health Services Agency be Changed?

May 01 2003
Michael Cousineau, Elizabeth Graddy and Robert Tranquada, USC Keck School of Medicine, Division of Community Health

An Analysis of Alternative Governance for the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services

Feb 05 2002
L.A. County Ad Hoc Hearing Body on Governance

Final Report of the Ad Hoc Hearing Body on Governance

Feb 01 2002
David Janssen, L.A. County Chief Administrative Office (CAO)

Action Plan and Estimated Timetables for Conversion to Alternative Health Governance Models

Aug 29 2001
David Janssen, L.A. County Chief Administrative Office (CAO)

Governance of the Department of Health Services

Dec 12 1995
Burt Margolin, L.A. County Health Crisis Manager

Governance of the Department of Health Services


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