- Julie Trocchio, Catholic Health Association
- Jessica Curtis, Community Catalyst
- Maureen Byrnes, George Washington University School of Public Health
- Marcus Plescia, Association of State and Territorial Health Officials
- John Gale, University of Southern Maine
- Darlene Hightower, Rush University Medical Center
- Andy Shin, HRET/American Hospital Association
- Consuelo Wilkins, Meharry-Vanderbilt Alliance
- Uma Ahluwalia, Montgomery County Department of Health & Human Services
- Annice Cody, Holy Cross Health & Nexus Montgomery Regional Partnership
- Jan Ruma, Hospital Council of Northwest Ohio
- Jennifer MacDonald, US Department of Veterans Affairs
Meeting focus: Community health needs assessments as a means to activate communities in co-creating agendas to promote health and well-being.
- Purposes: What are the ways in which community health needs assessments activate communities to actively address health issues, and promote population health and well-being?
- Practices: What are promising examples of communities demonstrating effective and meaningful partnerships to co-create actionable health needs assessments and follow-up on priority issues?
- Results: What measurable policy, program, or health outcomes have been catalyzed by CHNA processes?
- Improvements: What policies, tools, information, or incentives might best enhance the spread and results of CHNAs?
Outcomes anticipated: Shared understanding of the steps necessary to better capture and disseminate best principles and practices for community health needs assessment, and how might the NAM be helpful?