Community Health Assessments
CMOR has nearly 20 years of experience in conducting Community Health Assessments for health departments across Ohio. CMOR has served health departments of all sizes and demographics.
Our Research Helps to:
Define your competitive position in the marketplace
Uncover market opportunities
Discover customer insights
Measure brand image and positioning
Understand stakeholders and competitors
Increase confidence in decision making
Have a better understanding of stakeholders and competitors.
Our Approach Provides:
Customized survey instruments
High Quality Data
Breadth of experience
Proven, effective, methodology.
CMOR customizes each assessment based on the client’s unique needs and the community’s unique characteristics. In addition to reviewing current CHA outcomes and CHIP priorities and objectives, there are several potential data collection components of this project including:
A representative, random sample household survey of county residents.
Reviewing and analyzing secondary data sources to identify priority areas of concern when analyzed alongside survey data.
Community Partner Survey
A web survey of community/organization partners who have knowledge of the health needs of the community, particularly with vulnerable populations.
A youth survey of middle and high school students in the county.
Focus groups of community members or other key stakeholder groups.
Call to Action
CMOR can facilitate a meeting of community partners and other key stakeholders to review assessment results and prioritize needs
“The Carroll County General Health District has worked with the Center for Marketing and Opinion Research for two consecutive Community Health assessments. They are very easy to work with, accommodating for survey development and prompt in their turn around time. They can provide you a turn key assessment or allow you to do components of the assessment that can be incorporated into the final report. Their experience also allows them a breadth of research questions to pull from in building your survey tool.”
Kelly A. Morris, MPH, BSN, RN
Carroll County Health Commissioner