Community Health Needs Assessment Publications
For a complete list of Community Health Needs Assessment Reports and Implementation Plans, see the Individual Hospital & Public Health CHNA Reports and Implementation Plans page.
North Dakota's Significant Rural Health Needs as Identified by Critical Access Hospital Community Health Needs Assessments
Summarizes and shows results of the 2017-2019 health needs identified by rural communities in North Dakota through focus groups, key informant interviews, and community surveys.Author(s): Nissen, K., Larson, S.
Date: June 2020
Type: Fact Sheet
North Dakota's Significant Health Needs as Identified by Community Health Needs Assessments
Summarizes and shows results of health needs identified by rural and urban communities in North Dakota through focus groups and community surveys.Author(s): Gibbens, B.
Date: January 2017
Type: Fact Sheet
Conducting Community Health Needs Assessments in Rural Communities
Article addresses the lessons learned in conducting community health needs assessments and discusses the Rural Community Group Model for conducting assessments.Author(s): Becker, Karin L.
Publication: Health Promotion Practice, 16(1), 15-19
Date: January 2015
Type: Journal Article
Around the World in Rural North Dakota
Center for Rural Health staff members have driven enough miles to nearly travel around the earth at the equator – all without leaving North Dakota. They are conducting Community Health Needs Assessments to help focus rural health efforts on identified needs.Author(s): Massmann, N.
Publication: Focus on Rural Health
Date: June 2014
Testimony to the North Dakota Healthcare Reform Review Committee
Brad Gibbens provided an overview of the Community Health Needs Assessment requirement under the Affordable Care Act to the North Dakota Healthcare Reform Review Committee.Author(s): Gibbens, B.
Date: March 2014
Emerging Health Trends in North Dakota: Community Health Needs Assessments Aggregate Data Report
Full report showing results of the Community Health Needs Assessments conducted by the Center for Rural Health for Critical Access Hospitals in North Dakota.Author(s): Becker, K.
Date: September 2013