community health status

community health status

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as the general state of well-being of a community or population. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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Local Public Health System, Community Health Status, forces of Change), the Community Themes and Strengths assessment is customized by each community.
Monitoring and evaluation of community health status
In March, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released an updated version of its Community Health Status Indicators, an online tool that generates public health profiles for every county in the nation.
In summer 2006, ATSDR met with the original project stakeholders and asked for their assistance in piloting the Action Model framework to determine measurable out-comes for the assessment of the effects of redevelopment on community health status.
We honor effective, collaborative programs focused on improving community health status with the AHA NOVA Awards; innovative programs in palliative and end-of-life care with the Circle of Life Award; and hospitals that are adopting health information technology with the Most Wired recognition.
The purpose of measuring or assessing community health status is to summarize the condition of a human population (Mooney and Rives, 1978).
1996) suggested that hospitals should shift to provide both public/community health care and institutional/traditional health care, and doing so would mean hospitals must evaluate community health status to make improvements and provide services meeting community needs.
The NOVA Award honors effective, collaborative programs focused on improving community health status.
These systems represent a substantial improvement in the timeliness of ascertainment of community health status.
20] A survey conducted by the UCLA Center for Healthier Children indicated that nationwide at least 115 Community Health Report Cards were profiling community health in 1999, [21] including the Community Health Status Indicators that are provided by CDC.
To describe the relationships among functional health status measures (SF-12 physical and mental components summary scores), traditional measures of community health status, and social determinants of health among respondents to community health status surveys conducted in nine different communities.
Accountability for community health status resides with the entire practice, not just with one individual.

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