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A Community Health Needs Assessment is a process that uses quantitative and qualitative methods to systematically collect and analyze health data within a specific community every three years.

A CHNA answers the following questions:

  • What are the health problems in a community?
  • Why do health issues exist in a community?
  • What factors create or determine the health problems?
  • What resources are available to address the health problems?
  • What are the health needs of the community from a population-based perspective?

The 2018 Douglas County Community Health Needs Assessment (Adult) (sponsored by CHI Health, Douglas County Health Department, Methodist Health System, Nebraska Medicine, with support from: Charles Drew Health Center, Inc., Live Well Omaha, Omaha Community Foundation, OneWorld Community Health Centers, Inc., Pottawattamie County Public Health Department/VNA, Sarpy/Cass County Department of Health and Wellness and United Way of the Midlands) covers the Greater Omaha Metro Area which includes Douglas, Sarpy and Cass Counties in Nebraska and Pottawattamie County in Iowa.

The 2015 Douglas County Community Health Needs Assessment (Pediatric) covers the Greater Omaha Metro Area which includes Douglas, Sarpy Counties in Nebraska and Pottawattamie County in Iowa and is sponsored by Children’s Hospital and Medical Center, Boys Town National Research Hospital and Building Healthy Futures.

2018 PRC Adult Community Health Needs Assessment Report

2018 PRC Adult Community Health Needs Assessment Maps

2018 PRC Child and Adolescent Community Health Needs Assessment

Douglas County Metro Health Forecast website

2015 Community Health Needs Assessment Report 

2015 Community Health Needs Assessment Maps

2015 PRC Child & Adolescent Community Health Needs Assessment

 

 

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