Tripp Umbach provided data via a health needs assessment to improve the health of the Stamford neighborhood, reduce the chronic disease burden, and lower excessive spending resulting from the inefficient delivery of medical services.
Tripp Umbach is the pioneer and national leader in completing community health needs assessments
Since 1990, Tripp Umbach has completed hundreds of community health needs assessments and implementation plans for hospitals, public health organizations, municipalities, and community partnerships. In fact, more than one in every four Americans lives in a community where we have been an integral partner in their healthcare development and programs.
We provide our Community Health Needs Assessment services in the following innovative consulting initiatives:
- Hospital and Health System Strategic Planning
- Neighborhood Revitalization and Economic Development (Healthy Economy)
- Economic Impact Assessment of Community Health Improvement
- Community Health Improvement Planning
- Medical and Health Science Education Expansion Planning to meet community needs.
- Funding strategies for community health improvement programs.
HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT SPECIALTIES
HEALTHY COMMUNITY SEMINARS AND EDUCATION
We also deliver Healthy Community seminars and educational programs. Our nationally and internationally known consultants are available to visit your community and provide guidance and training as you develop and implement a community health improvement program.
HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT CASE STUDIES
Tripp Umbach guided a community-wide health needs assessment to meet IRS 990 reporting requirements. Information was collected through various sources including interviews with key community stakeholders and open community forums.
Tripp Umbach provided HHC a comprehensive evaluation of the demographics and health needs assessment of the population, identified needed services, resources, and connectivity corrected through DSRIP projects.
Tripp Umbach developed a community health needs assessment protocol for MHCNO that aligned with national standards and identified key needs for community health improvement, including input from 15 hospitals in the region.
Tripp Umbach conducted a report for each of the hospital’s organizations identified and evaluated its community health needs to help better understand the risk indicators, population trends, and health care barriers in its service area.
Family First Health sought Tripp Umbach’s services to complete a community health market research study to identify overall community health needs and gaps in local health services.