What we do:
While government reports tend to focus on communities with the worst outcomes on various measures, we prefer to attack the problems head-on with innovative and comprehensive programs.
Our ability to build and lead coalitions of employers, health care providers and municipal programs makes inHealth the natural partner for a community looking to improve its health profile.
Beginning with data analysis, we seek the upstream factors that cause negative health outcomes, look at resources already existing in the community, and develop partnerships for collective action.
Once we identify gaps and opportunities, we identify actionable steps that lead to the most comprehensive and collaborative approach to best move the needle on any given measure.
Our lead consultant for community health initiatives came to us from the Mayor’s Healthy City Initiative (MHCI) in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Through collaborative work, the MHCI identified the organizations and public services they provided, coordinated their efforts and facilitated greater social impact.
Beginning with the nation’s first joint Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) process and realigning both public and private resources, the program in Baton Rouge was able to:
This is a great example of leveraging existing community resources to improve the quality of the population health and use data to continuously increase effectiveness.