Please see the link below for examples of HARC’s work in conducing CHNAs similar to the one desired by DHCD/F. Click on the title of the report to download the relevant work sample. Note that the larger files have been compressed, suitable for online publishing, but not for printing. Thus, some of the graphics may appear slightly fuzzy; this is not the case in the original deliverables.

 

Kaiser Permanente – Moreno Valley Hospital

Note: Service area includes Moreno Valley, Coachella Valley, and Morongo Valley.

  • KP CHNA: This report follows the IRS guidelines for nonprofit hospital CHNAs using the Kaiser Permanente template. Sections include a definition of the community served, secondary data, community engagement, identification and prioritization of community health needs, and several appendices, including health need profiles.
  • KP Community Engagement Report: This report summarizes the qualitative data that HARC collected from 78 individuals (33 community leaders and 45 residents) during the CHNA process regarding the social determinants of health (poverty, access, race, education, and housing).
  • KP Implementation Strategy Report: This report follows the IRS guidelines for nonprofit hospital IS plan using the Kaiser Permanente template. Sections include health needs that KP plans to address, implementation strategies for each of those needs, evaluation plans, and health needs that KP does not intend to address.

 

Betty Ford Center

  • BFC Secondary Data Report: HARC’s first step in carrying out the CHNA was to assess what data about mental health and substance abuse already existed for the region. This report summarizes the data found during secondary data collection.
  • BFC Survey Results Report: HARC’s next step was to conduct two surveys, one for local leaders and the other for the general community. This report summarizes the findings from these surveys.
  • BFC CHNA Report: Information from the two preceding reports was used to create the CHNA report per IRS guidelines.
  • BFC Implementation Strategy Report: Based on the community needs identified by the CHNA, this report summarizes the implementation strategy for the next three years.

 

Southwest Riverside County Cancer Care Task Force

  • Cancer Secondary Data Report: This report summarizes the secondary data collected by HARC pertaining to cancer and cancer care in Southwest Riverside County.
  • Cancer Secondary Data Infographic: This document puts the 38-page report into a visual two-page handout.
  • Cancer CHNA Report: This work sample, unlike the other CHNA work samples presented here, was not driven by the IRS guidelines. Thus, it has more flexibility, and includes sections dedicated to cancer patients and survivors, caregivers, and healthcare professionals. It ends with very concrete recommendations for the Task Force moving forward.
  • Cancer CHNA Infographic: This document puts the 107-page report into a visual four-page handout.
  • Cancer Next Steps: In addition to conducting the research, HARC also facilitated the Task Force. The Next Steps document gave the Task Force a direction for future forward movement after HARC’s contract was complete, including identifying problems, solutions, activities to address the problems, key point people, and deliverables.
  • Cancer Resource Guide: One of the next steps was to create a cancer resource guide, which HARC created. The internal Task Force document is included here, as an example of resource mapping.
  • SW Riverside County Cancer Magazine: As a part of the “next steps”, the Task Force produced this magazine, which incorporates not only the resource guide listed above in magazine format, but a series of helpful articles, including one by Dr. LeComte-Hinely (page 18).