Hospitals across the country need to understand their communities on a couple of fronts. Gaining insight into who your patients are and how they think is the first step into improving your services for your community. Non-Profit Hospitals are required to submit the IRS Form 990 Schedule H and the Stratasan Community Health Needs Assessment will fulfill this requirement. Both For-Profit and Not-For-Profit Hospitals are facing ever changing requirements from the government, payers, and industry. Learn how to best serve your service area.
Demographics and Psychographic Analysis & Mapping
Community Health Needs Analysis
Validation – Survey Community Need through Primary Research (Phone, Email, In-Person)
Community Summit/Summarize Results
Final Report & Delivery
CHNA Customer Quote: (Our Stratasan representatives) were highly professional, easy to work with, and diligent contributors to this project. They kept us on task and made the project easy, which we did not expect when we knew we would be required to complete the assessment. The entire group at Stratasan, from the pre-selection process to the post-production phase, did an outstanding job. We would highly recommend them to others and they would be our first and only choice for the future.
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Our Community Health Needs Assessment will give you detailed information about your custom-built geographic area.
This means your CHNA will be most relevant even down to your primary, secondary, and tertiary service areas.
Call (615-310-8244) or email (email@example.com) today to discuss your Community Health Needs Assessment project.
A NEW ERA IN COMMUNITY HEALTH DELIVERY
As hospitals are in the process of reviewing their performance for 2012 and planning for 2013, the need to understand their service areas has never been greater. Hospitals must conduct an annual Community Health Needs Assessment to deliver the right services to their community. A properly implemented assessment will provide detailed market share, reveal new product opportunities, review disease state changes and community impact, review demographic and lifestyle shifts, and have a baseline for measuring future change.