Community health needs assessments (CHNA) ensure that local health care providers have the information necessary to improve decision making and resource allocation as they strive to improve their community’s health. By combining the experiences of practicing professionals, the perceptions of community members, and data from all points on the heath and socioeconomic spectrums, a narrative will emerge that explains a community’s health needs.

Triple Point and John Powell Analytics specialize estimating prevalence. Using survey information, census data, EMS and police records, national and regional research, we are able to estimate the prevalence of substance abuse, untreated alcoholism, food insecurity and other key indicators for public health and other local officials to make informed policy and resource allocation decisions.

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