The Foundational Public Health Services (FPHS) are recommended skills and capabilities for every state and local public health agency to protect and improve health status for the jurisdictions they serve. This presentation describes data from a diverse cohort of local and state public health agencies that estimate: (1) local and state agency costs for implementing FPHS, both at current levels and at full attainment of the FPHS recommendations as articulated by the Public Health Leadership Forum; and (2) the shortfall between current and expected costs that would require new resources to fully meet FPHS recommendations.
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C.B. Mamaril, PhD, Research Assistant Professor, University of Kentucky College of Public Health