CHNA

AcronymDefinition
CHNACommunity Health Network Area
CHNACommunity Health Needs Assessment
CHNACanadian Holistic Nurses Association
CHNACollege Hill Neighborhood Association
CHNACalifornia Heights Neighborhood Association (California)
CHNACastleberry Hill Neighborhood Association
CHNAConverium Holdings North America
CHNACommunity Health Nurses of Alberta (Canada)
CHNACollege Heights Neighborhood Association
CHNACarver Hills Neighborhood Association, Inc.
CHNACarrollton Heights Neighborhood Association (Texas)
CHNACorn Hill Neighborhood Association (Rochester, New York)
CHNACrieve Hall Neighborhood Association (Nashville, Tennessee)
CHNACommunity Health Network Association
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In addition to the CHNA requirement for tax-exempt hospitals, the law includes other provisions relating to population health such as those authorizing payment reforms under Medicare (e.g., Medicare Shared Savings Program) that create financial incentives for hospitals to become more engaged in community health initiatives.
The shift is further illustrated through the ACA's efforts to more strongly tie provider reimbursement to patient outcomes (rather than volume of services) and requirement of hospitals to participate in community engagement practices like community health needs assessments (CHNAs) (Rosenbaum, 2016; Washington Post Staff, 2010).
The Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) is intended to encourage nonprofit hospitals to assess health needs in the community and invest in addressing them.
In the context of addressing priority community health needs, I propose strategies through which hospitals could feasibly address four local environmental conditions that significantly determine population health: (a) air quality--use less and cleaner energy in hospitals' operations; (b) exposure to toxins--expand alerts for environmental threats in hospitals' information- and quality-control systems; (c) health literacy--integrate into patient and community decisions the local health impacts of climate change; and (d) obesity--share hospitals' CHNA data and analyses with community planners and environmentalists to support health-impact assessments ("HIAs") of local parks and trails.
Approximately half (58%) of LHDs reported that they were currently collaborating with nonprofit hospitals to conduct CHNAs. A smaller percentage (9%) of LHDs were considering future collaboration, and some (12%) were not engaged in discussions to collaborate.
All [section] 9007 requirements other than CHNA apply to taxable years beginning after March 23, 2010.
She added, "Beginning Bridges and the Whitin Community Center are members of the CHNA 6 and are supporting these objectives by offering free at the fair: Cooking Matters Workshops a an evidence-based practice that teaches how to buy healthy foods on a budget, a story walk featuring 'The Busy Body Book: A Kid's Guide to Physical Fitness,' by author Lizzy Rockwell, a youth Zumba class and healthy snacks prepared by Green Plate.
The Community Health Network Area of North Central Massachusetts is one of 27 CHNAs across Massachusetts, created by the Department of Public Health, in 1992.
1) to conduct a community health needs assessment (CHNA) every three years effective for taxable years beginning after March 23, 2012
Invesco PowerShares Capital Management announced Thursday the launch of the PowerShares China A-Share Portfolio (CHNA).
The regulations, issued by the IRS, aim to provide guidelines on how to comply with Community Health Needs Assessments (CHNA) requirements.
In addition, IRC section 501(r)(3) requires that tax-exempt hospitals provide a Community Healthcare Needs Assessment (CHNA) every three years on the organization's Form 990.