Healthy Flint & Genesee County 2020

Healthy Flint & Genesee County 2020 outlines 12 priority areas for improving health in Flint and Genesee County, as established by the Greater Flint Health Coalition’s 2020 Strategic Business Plan. In these priority areas, we outline the challenge in front of our community, and progressive action steps to create positive change that provides each resident with support, resources, and environment to practice a healthy lifestyle and live a long, healthy, happy life.

 

2016 Community Health Needs Assessment for the Genesee County/City of Flint Community

To better serve the Flint and Genesee County community, the area’s three hospital systems, Genesys Health System, Hurley Medical Center, and McLaren-Flint have partnered with the Greater Flint Health Coalition to complete a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) as a federal requirement of all non-profit hospitals to better understand the communities they serve and strategically invest resources to improve the health of residents over the long-term.

 

Greater Flint Health Coalition County Health Rankings Action Plan / Business Case Framework (2010)

This Action Plan approved by the Greater Flint Health Coalition Board of Directors in December, 2010, outlines a ten year plan to strategically improve the health behaviors and health outcomes for Genesee County residents via coordinated, community-wide action and advocacy.

 

 

Greater Flint Health Coalition Health Care Impact Study “Executive Summary” (2010)

This 2009/2010 documents the impact of the automotive/economic crisis and its implications for Genesee County’s healthcare delivery system(s) and population’s health status. Conducted in partnership with The Lewin Group. (Full study available upon request)

 

Greater Flint Health Coalition Health Actions & Accomplishments (2008)

This document is presented periodically to provide summary updates and overviews on a wide array of Coalition activities and initiatives.

 

 

 AFRICAN

This report offers an overview of program activities, evaluation studies, and knowledge gained through the execution of this intervention.

 

 

 Back Pain Management Report

This document outlines a comprehensive strategy to address variations in spine care and the unusually high numbers of spinal surgeries within Genesee County.

 

 

Friendly Access Report 1

This report provides a detailed history of program activities, evaluation studies, and outcomes that led to a positive change in the culture of care mothers and young children receive.

 

 

Friendly Access Report 2

This report provides a detailed history of program activities, evaluation studies, and outcomes that led to a positive change in the culture of care mothers and young children receive.

 

 

Mid-Michigan Guidelines Applied In Practice (GAP) Heart Failure Project Report

This document outlines in detail the GAP project, which generated significant findings and resulted in valuable quality-improvement protocols that remain active in participant hospitals.