Missouri's Sustainability Toolkit
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Missouri's Sustainability Toolkit

May 22, 2012

The primary purpose of this toolkit shared by Missouri is to guide providers of self-management education (SME) chronic condition programs in efforts to assure high-quality services are available over the long-term.

This guide is a synthesis of practical experience and evidence-based strategies to help SME providers achieve sustainability. It provides a process for exploring critical issues in 10 key planning areas: revenue, marketing, referral networking, competition, service operations, evaluation, organizational support, community support, advocacy, and resource linkages. This document is designed to assist SME providers in the development of a Growth Action Plan, a brief plan written to clearly communicate prioritized strategies for sustaining its SME efforts.



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