Detailed breakdown of Comagine Health's mission and vision framework.
Documents community health needs of HCWC’s quad-county region and each of the counties (Clark County, Washington, and Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties in Oregon). Community health needs, referred to in this report as priority health issues, were identified through a comprehensive study of population, hospital, Medicaid and community data.
This report presents the results of Healthy Columbia Willamette Collaborative’s 2016-2019 community health needs assessment of the quad-county region: Clark County, Washington, and Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties in Oregon.
Presents findings from HCWC's community listening sessions to learn what low-income and uninsured residents of the quad-county region (Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington counties in Oregon and Clark County in Washington) felt were the most important issues affecting health of them, their families and their community. In addition, HCWC solicited ideas about how to address these health needs.
Presents results of HCWC's community themes and strengths assessment, which analyzed findings from health-related community assessment projects in Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington counties in Oregon and Clark County in Washington.
Presents findings from HCWC's health status assessment, which systematically analyzed quantitative population health-related behavior and outcome data to identify important health issues affecting each of the four counties (Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington counties in Oregon and Clark County in Washington), as well as the quad-county region.
Presents findings from HCWC’s local community health system and forces of change assessment. The purpose of the assessment was to learn the most important health issues facing the clients of stakeholder organizations and the organizations’ capacity to address those needs as well as collect input about opportunities for and threats to the “local community health system.”
Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships uses health data and community input to identify the most important community health issues. HCWC uses this modified version of the MAPP model for its assessments.
Comagine Health’s research and evaluation team collaborates with academic, government and nonprofit partners to conduct behavioral and physical health studies. Our work focuses on prevention and treatment of substance use disorders, controlled substance prescribing practices, harm reduction interventions, initiatives to promote community health and equity, and development and testing of tools for professionals and patients.