Increasingly, healthcare organizations are forging community partnerships to improve population health status. These alignments of care and resources can range from providing transportation to doctors' appointments to arranging for EMTs to visit the elderly at home following a hospitalization. Working in tandem with community groups addresses social determinants of health (SDOH) and produces clinical and financial benefits that are recognized and rewarded by today's value-based healthcare reimbursement models. Describe your organization's approach to community partnerships by October 20, 2017 and you will receive a complimentary executive summary of survey results once it is compiled.

Additionally, three respondents who complete the survey will be randomly chosen to receive an Adobe Acrobat PDF of "Homelessness and Healthcare: Creating a Safety Net for Super Utilizers with Medical Bridge Housing," a 23-page Healthcare Intelligence Report case study valued at $89.

* 1. Has your organization created any community health partnerships to improve population health?