Dartmouth-Hitchcock works with many community organizations to improve the health and well-being of the communities we serve, addressing priorities identified in regional Community Health Needs Assessments (CHNAs) and other regionally identified needs. Every three years Dartmouth-Hitchcock identifies what we intend to do to address these needs in our Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP). The dashboards below include health, public health, and program measures Dartmouth-Hitchcock and other organizations such as the Public Health Council of the Upper Valley and the Greater Sullivan County Public Health Region use to evaluate our work to implement this Community Health Improvement Plan.
Contact us with questions about the Dartmouth-Hitchcock CHIP dashboards or if your organization would be interested in participating in this regional community health dashboard initiative.
Select from the following community health dashboards to view related indicators and values.
- Improve Access to Quality, Coordinated Care
- Provide End-Of Life Care Consistent with Expressed Patient Preferences
- Reduce Cost Barriers to Access Health Care
- Reduce Impact of Influenza
Improve Access to Care and Care Coordination
Improve Behavioral Health
Understanding Clear Impact Charts: Key Elements
RResult – A condition of well being for children, adults, families, or communities (stated in plain language).
IIndicator – A measure that helps quantify the achievement of a Result.
PProgram – A program, agency, or service system responsible for helping reach the stated Results.
PMPerformance Measure – A measure of how well a program, agency, or service system is working.