With the passing of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, not-for-profit, charitable hospitals must conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) and implementation plan once every three years. CHC abides by the finalized regulations for the CHNA and implementation plan reports we complete for hospitals across the country. In fact, our documents have withheld audit scrutiny.
- Experienced team who has conducted more than 100 CHNA reports for hospitals and other health care organizations around the country.
- Proven process that meets IRS audit scrutiny.
- Developing a CHNA and implementation plan has long been a best-practice for not-for-profit hospitals to align practices with mission and vision.
- Option to engage CHC team to review existing CHNA and Implementation Plan reports or facilitate certain step(s) of the project process.