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Community health assessment for population health improvement; resource of most frequently recommended health outcomes and determinants
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    2013
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Community health assessment for population health improvement; resource of most frequently recommended health outcomes and determinants
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    Executive summary -- Introduction -- Evolution of community health assessments -- Community health assessment data -- History and need for a common set of health outcomes and determinants -- Organization of a common set using a population health framework -- Methods for identification of health outcomes and determinants -- Results survey, health outcomes -- Results summary, health determinants -- Links to existing community-level indicators -- Sensitivity analysis -- Conclusion -- Appendix A: Guidance documents or Web-based resources -- Appendix B: Existing sources for community-level indicators.

    Effective planning and decision-making for improving the health of a community requires good information about current health status and factors that will influence that health status. This document identifies the metrics -- the population health outcomes and important risk and protective factors -- that, when taken together, can describe the health of a community and drive action. Selection of these metrics reflects the weight of professional and academic judgment over the past three decades.

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