In a recent webinar, Getting more value for your community and hospital in round two, Julius Green and Colleen Milligan discussed specific examples of how hospitals are using community health needs assessments (CHNA) to inform population health management initiatives. The CHNA specialists went into detail about the following topics:
- IRS Final Rules for CHNA and reporting
- Building on your previous CHNA in round two
- Using your CHNA to inform Population Health Management initiatives
As you begin planning for your next CHNA, consider these questions.
- How will you evaluate the effectiveness of your last CHNA and build a process for the next round?
- What data will you collect and update this round?
- How will you incorporate PHM data needs into CHNA?
- How will you prioritize needs and/or refine priorities from your last Implementation Strategy?
- How can you use program evaluation to show ROI on community health efforts?
For more information on this topic, or to learn how Baker Tilly CHNA specialists can help, contact our team.
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