How does the health care organization work with the communities to conduct an assessment of the community’s health status?
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Describe the key elements that make up a health assessment at the community, group, and individual levels.
Analyzes the key elements that make up a health assessment at the community, group, and individual levels.
What are the key elements of a health assessment? How would you describe the data that needs to be collected? Where could you collect it from? How would you identify the health priorities and community resources? Description of recommendations? How would these assessments look for the individual? Group? Community?
Explain the process involved in conducting a comprehensive health assessment.
Explains the process involved in conducting a comprehensive health assessment and outlines best-practice strategies for obtaining critical information.
You discussed your approach to a health assessment. What are the steps you would use to conduct a health assessment? Ex: establishing community relationships, data collection, analysis of data, development and implementation of action plans and disseminating of information. Can you elaborate on these components? What strategies would you use to to collect primary and secondary data?
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