2022 Community Status Assessment
HealthyJoco is a community health assessment (CHA) & community health improvement plan (CHIP) effort in Johnson County, Iowa. It is largely supported by Johnson County Public Health & members of the Core Committee. This is the first of three assessments that is telling the community story. This Community Status Assessment (CSA) will be followed by a Community Partners Assessment (CPA), & Community Context Assessment (CCA). After all three assessments are completed, HealthyJoCo will prioritize top health issues & focuses to complete a community health improvement plan (CHIP) which aims to continuously improve the community. The CHIP will be created with community input & feedback, & will be completed by the Fall of 2023.
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Community Health Assessment (CHNA)
The Community Health Assessment is a systematic examination of the health status indicators for a given population that helps to identify key problems and assets in a community.
2022 Community Partners Assessment Report
2015 CHNA Qualitative Report
2015 CHNA Quantitative Report
Health Improvement Plan (HIP)
The Community Health Improvement plan is a long-term, collaborative effort to address public health issues based on the results of assessment activities (CHA). This plan focuses on the underlying causes of health concerns in the community and a structured plan to address the health concern. The HIP then identifies 17 specific health priorities that align with these public health issues.
Johnson County HIP - May 2018
Health Improvement Plan 2016-2020
Johnson County HIP - June 2017
Previous Reports – Johnson County CHNA-HIP
FY2015 CHNA-HIP Progress Report
FY2014 CHNA-HIP Progress Report
FY2013 CHNA-HIP Progress Report
2012 Iowa CHNA-HIP Reporting Tool
HIP Progress Report to IDPH Community Consultant, April 2012
2011 Update of the CHNA-HIP
2010 CHNA Report
2010-2011 Iowa CHNA-HIP Reporting Tool
2011 Community Health Snapshot