The role of Regulatory Compliance ensures Community Well-Being at Adventist Health meets and exceeds community benefit reporting in accordance with Federal and State regulations.
The Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) is a dynamic and ongoing process that is undertaken to identify the health strengths and needs of the respective community of each Adventist Health hospital.
Community Benefit includes:
- Coordinate production of all community benefit reports in compliance with Federal and State requirements that include:
- Community Health Needs Assessment
- Community Health Implementation Strategy
- Community Health Plan Update/Annual Report
- Management of the systemwide CBISA reporting processes for community benefit spend
- Completion of Schedule H 990 narratives for each community market
- Update and revise community benefit related policies, processes and procedures
CB final reports current/archived
Community Health Implementation Strategy
Community Health Plan Update/Annual Report
What Counts as Community Benefit?
CB Guide: Categories & Definitions [Updated]
Legal Requirements for Assessment, Planning and Evaluation
Planning to Address Community Health Needs
CB Overview and Public Policy Imperative
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