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Community Health Needs Assessments

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Community Health Assessments/ Community Health Needs Assessments

CMOR’s Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) aim to improve community health and wellness by connecting research, resources and people. Every community is different. As such, each CHNA is customized to meet the individual needs of our clients.


Our design includes both primary and secondary research. We collect primary research using random-sampling community surveys. CMOR also offers additional services that can be added including oversampling of key demographic groups such as low income or minorities; youth assessment; focus groups; and key informant interviews.


Our approach allows hospitals and health departments to identify priority community health needs as well as identify existing gaps in services that should be addressed, strengthen relationships with community partners to improve local health care delivery, and share information collected from the assessment with the public.


CMOR helps keep you compliant with the IRS CHNA requirements.

CMOR is a great resource to help with a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) process.  Our committee contacted CMOR to gather primary data from our residents through the Stark Poll and then combine and analyze this data along with secondary sources that we provided and some they identified.  They produced a report that highlighted the top 5 health needs and other supporting statistics regarding our community’s health status.  Throughout the process, they were receptive to our needs and worked with us until we were comfortable and satisfied with the results.   Amanda also presented the CHNA results at a Health Improvement Summit.  She was professional and clearly stated the process used and the results of the assessment analysis.  I would recommend CMOR for all of your CHNA needs!”  

Kay Conley, 

Administration and Support Services, 

Stark County Health Department

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