Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) Kickstart
Whether you need better population health data, new ideas, or just want to be more efficient, we can help you plan, analyze and deliver your next Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) report.
We have proven expertise delivering Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) data and analysis.
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What is the Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) Kickstart?
Our CHNA Kickstart service is a cost-effective way to get expert assisstance for your next Community Health Needs Assessment. We can tailor our focus to the area of highest need. Some previous customers have used our Kickstart for:
We can help you find and implement new approaches to analyzing community health indicators that meets reporting requirements and and improves engagement from community and healthcare stakeholders.
Our expertise is data, and we've found the best sources for indicators to answer important questions about hospital service areas, health, equity, social determinants and well-being.
Our team has deep experience finding, cleaning and delivering data sets for analysis and reporting. We often already have the data you are looking for.
Writing & Visualization
Do you need help interpreting the results of your quantitative analysis for your Community Healht Needs Assessment? We can assist with writing and production of your final CHNA report, including map development and other visualizaitons.
Using well-being to better assess health needs
For their latest Community Health Needs Assessment, New York City Health + Hospitals wanted to move beyond the typical disease burden indicators and understand the overall health and well-being of their hospital areas.
We worked with NYCHH to adapt the Seven Vital Conditions of Health and Well-being framework to their specific indicators and areas of focus. Using the Seven Vital Conditions, NYCHH was able to identify gaps and priorities in different areas like environment and housing that are more relevant and actionable than the typical population health indicators.