Learning Congress on Collaborative Community Health Assessment and Improvement

Community Health Assessment and Improvement ToolkitBackground

Phase 1: Initiate Action

Phase 2: Organize for Impact

Phase 3: Sustain Action & Impact

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Updated April 8, 2013

 

 

Background

CHA 101 Talking Points
What is a CHA? Why should community members be involved?  Why now?

North Carolina Resources on Community Health Assessment
Typical steps, requirements, guidebook and past sample county reports

New Community Benefit Requirements for Non-Profit Hospitals

Collective Action Framework

 

Phase 1: Initiate Action

Identifying Key Players

Forming the Steering Committee

Determining the Vision and Structure
Project Charter: describes the scope of work, roles and responsibilities for participating partners

Developing a Vision and Mission

Goals and Objectives

Work Plan and Timeline

Data Use Agreement
Inquire early if a data use agreement is necessary between participating partners.

Meeting Tools

 

Phase 2: Organize for Impact

 

Phase 3: Sustain Action and Impact

Identifying priority areas

Selecting Evidence-Based Interventions

Creating a Coordinated Action and Implementation Plan

 

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