2017 Healthcare Benchmarks:
Community Health Partnerships

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Increasingly, healthcare organizations are forging community partnerships to bridge care gaps and improve population health status. This alignment of care and resources ranges from providing transportation to doctors' appointments to scheduling EMT visits to visit the homebound elderly following their hospitalization. Working in tandem with community groups addresses social determinants of health (SDOH) and produces clinical and financial benefits that are recognized and rewarded by today's value-based healthcare reimbursement models.

Pre-publication discount on 2017 Healthcare Benchmarks: Community Health Partnerships 2017 Healthcare Benchmarks: Community Health Partnerships documents healthcare's experiences in aligning clinical interventions with neighborhood collaborations to improve health, wellness and socioeconomic factors in the populations they serve. These metrics are compiled from responses to the October 2017 Community Health Partnerships survey by the Healthcare Intelligence Network.

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This 50-page report, which compiles hundreds of metrics on community health partnerships by hospitals, health systems, disease management organizations, health plans, behavioral health providers and other respondents, encompasses the following data points:

  • Prevalence of community health partnerships to improve population health;
  • Primary drivers of community health partnerships;
  • Strategies to identify areas for development of community health partnerships;
  • Populations targeted for community health partnerships;
  • Priority program areas for current and desired community health partnerships, including housing, transportation, nutrition and obesity, and behavioral health;
  • Typical community health partners, including schools, service- and faith-based organizations, public health departments and local businesses;
  • Management, storage and access of community resource data;
  • Technologies or processes to link individuals to services provided through these partnerships;
  • Funding for services provided through community health partnerships;
  • Primary responsibility for community health partnerships;
  • Ability of patients and clients to self-refer to community services;
  • Most successful community health partnerships and their impact on population health;
  • Challenges encountered while building community health partnerships;
  • Examples of the ways in which patients or clients have benefited from a particular partnership;
  • Impact of community health partnerships on key metrics, including healthcare quality, social determinants of health, clinical outcomes, hospital readmissions, value-based reimbursement, and total spend;
  • The complete October 2017 Community Health Partnerships survey tool;
  • and much more.

This benchmark report is designed to meet business and planning needs of of health systems, health plans, population health and health coaching organizations, physician organizations, case management and managed care organizations, and others by providing critical benchmarks in community health partnerships.

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