Reports & Plans

Every three years, the Northland Health Alliance conducts an assessment – the Community Health Assessment (CHA) – of the health and well-being of citizens who live in, work in, or visit Kansas City’s Northland community. This report brings together information from resident surveys, public health data, census reports and hospital data to identify the most critical health problems among Northland residents.

The results provide an evidence-based framework that is then used to make informed decisions about prioritizing health needs and determining where to invest community resources to most effectively address them. The insights gained from each CHA are used by the alliance to identify health priorities that become the foundation of a Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP). This plan then guides the work of the five NHA task forces that meet regularly throughout the year to plan and achieve their objectives.

2021

Community Health Assessment
Community Health Improvement Plan (Coming soon!)

2018

Community Health Assessment
Community Health Improvement Plan 2020-2023

2015

Community Health Assessment
Community Health Improvement Plan 2016-2019