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Assessing Community Needs
by Lisette Hudson, CHC VP of Planning

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act requires not-for-profit hospitals to conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) once every three years – and develop an implementation plan to meet community health needs. Finalized in 2014, the requirements surrounding a CHNA are very specific. Whether or not your hospital has 501(c)(3) status – which triggers the need to complete a CHNA – conducting an assessment of the existing health needs within your community is a best practice both for your hospital and for the patient population you serve.
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Assessing community needs
In a recent blog posting, Community Hospital Corporation's VP of Planning, Lisette Hudson, discussing how to assess community needs. As covered in Becker's Hospital Review, Feb. 21, 2017.
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Philip Trent
VP of Business Development, CHC Supply Trust
Philip Trent serves as Vice President of Business Development for CHC Supply Trust, the supply chain services arm of Community Hospital Corporation and CHC Consulting. In this role, Philip is responsible for business development and client relationship management.
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Texas Hospital Association 2017 Annual Conference and Expo
Jan 26 - 27
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JW Marriott Austin, Austin, Texas
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Finally, a Supply Chain Solution Just for Community Hospitals

 

It all starts with a Complimentary Supply Spend Analysis.

 

>>Read more

 

Gunnison Valley Health Took a Turn for the Better

 

Learn about the impressive results in the case study.

 

>>Read more