HINfographic: Community Health Partnerships: Alliances Seek to Bolster Housing, Care Access

Wednesday, February 7th, 2018
This post was written by Melanie Matthews

Healthcare organizations are joining hands with community groups to bridge care gaps and deliver needed services. Acknowledging housing is healthcare, 71 percent of community partnerships address housing needs while 70 percent aim to improve access to care, according to respondents to a 2017 Community Health Partnerships survey by the Healthcare Intelligence Network.

A new infographic by the Healthcare Intelligence Network examines the focus of community health partnerships, the leading funding source of these partnerships and common partnership purposes.

2017 Healthcare Benchmarks: Community Health PartnershipsIncreasingly, 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.

2017 Healthcare Benchmarks: Community Health Partnerships documents the efforts of 81 healthcare organizations to align 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. Click here for more information.

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