- Abby Atkins & Mary Davis, Health Resources in Action
- Mary Michaels, Caitlin Hurley, & Chrissy Meyer, Sioux Falls, SD Collaborative CHNA
- Nicole Alexander-Scott, Rhode Island Dept. of Health & Association of State and Territorial Health Officials
- Philip Alberti, American Association of Medical Colleges
- Julie Morita, Chicago Department of Public Health
- Michael Stoto, Georgetown University
- Pamela Schwartz, Kaiser Permanente
- Stacy Lindau, University of Chicago
About this Event
The biannual meeting of the Care Culture and Decision-Making Innovation Collaborative took place on December 6th, 2018. This afternoon session of this meeting was closed to the public. If you would like more information, contact Anna Cupito at email@example.com.
Meeting Focus: Convening of the NAM Working Group on Community Health Needs Assessments: Principles & Practices
- Purposes: What are the emerging guiding principles for actionable, co-created community health needs assessments and implementation plans?
- Practices: Which examples best illustrate the transferable lessons regarding how to achieve success and avoid setbacks?
- Strategies: How can health systems and communities best advance effective conduct of CHNAs, cross-sector collaboration, improve alignment, and reduce duplication?
- Improvements: What additional resources are needed to promote and track the success and impact of CHNA processes?
Outcomes anticipated: Engagement of the full range of front-line leadership, resources, and partnerships for effective action on the greatest opportunities for transformative improvement in individual and population health and health equity.