Assignment Part 3 Community Benefit Programs Case StudyFor decades, non-profit hospitals have provided services and programs to promote the health of their local communities. These “community benefit” programs, which go beyond the provision of medical care, have long presented an opportunity for hospitals to partner with community stakeholders to address a wide range of local issues, from subsidizing primary and preventive care to addressing social and economic factors, such as food security and housing, that impact health. However, for many community-based organizations, building solid working relationships with hospital staff and leadership can be a daunting challenge, even when interests align. Similarly, hospital community benefit staff interested in deepening their relationships with community partners may struggle to build and sustain relationships with multiple small organizations, or to structure engagement opportunities for community residents and organizations that reflect and honor community values, knowledge, and ways of being. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) established federal benchmarks for non-profit hospital community benefit programs, including new guidelines for involving public health and engaging community members as part of routine community health needs assessments (CHNA). These guidelines and requirements create a pathway for fostering meaningful connections between hospitals and the communities they serve, and for addressing and achieving health equity at the local level. Yet building and sustaining meaningful partnerships with hospitals to secure a “seat at the table” in community benefit conversations can be demanding work for community-based organizations confronted with a growing list of competing demands with limited resources. Hospital community benefit staff often face similar challenges. Above are excerpts taken from Curtis, J. (October 2018). Building local Capacity to Engage Hospitals through Community Benefit: Lessons and learning from three communities). Community Catalyst.Task: Gottlieb Memorial Hospital has been given a grant of $80,000 to develop and implement a community benefit action plan for the next 3 years using a population health framework. Part 1: Your initial submission to the grant agency is to provide a macro-level plan based off of the attached CHNA report. The plan highlights should be presented in no more than 5 PowerPoint slides.
In your Proposal include the following:
1.Identify 3 Community Benefit Initiatives Gottlieb Memorial Hospital will work on based on the CHNA report. Within your initiatives address a population health framework. In selecting your initiatives, consider the CHNA report, Hospital’s mission, vision, resources and capabilities and then provide a rationale for your recommendations.2.Create a table of SMART objectives, action items, resources (personnel, department, partners, etc.), budget to carry out your goals.3.What forms of evaluation measures will you use to determine success?
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