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VENTURA COUNTY’SCommunity HealthNEEDS ASSESSMENT 2019

Contents4.2 Social Determinants of Health4.2.1 Poverty4.2.2 Food Insecurity4.2.3 Transportation4.2.4 Housing4.3 Crime and Safety4.4 Built Environment Profile4.5 Environmental Profile4.6 Clinical Profile: Hospitalization and Emergency Room Utilization Rates4.7 Life Expectancy in Ventura County, 2015-174.8 Mortality and Years of Life Lost (Premature Death), 2015-20174.8.1 Premature Deaths from Cancer4.8.2 Premature Deaths from Coronary Heart Disease4.8.3 Premature Deaths from Accidents (Unintentional Injuries)4.8.4 Drug-Induced Premature Deaths4.8.5 Premature Deaths due to Suicide4.8.6 Average Years of Life Lost per Premature DeathSECTION 1Executive Summary1.1 Introduction1.2 Summary of Findings1.3 Prioritized Areas444SECTION 2Frameworks Contributing to the CommunityHealth Needs Assessment Process2.1 The Ideal Healthy Community2.2 Healthy People 20202.3 County Health Rankings and Roadmaps2.4 Organizational Community Health Needs Assessment Requirements5666SECTION 3Introduction3.1 Ventura County Community Health Needs Assessment Collaborative(VCCHNAC)3.2 Mission3.3 Service Area3.4 Collaborative Structure3.5 Distribution of CHNA report3.6 Priority Health Needs and Impact from Prior CHNA3.7 Evaluation of Progress since Prior CHNA3.8 Consultants3.9 Authors7888810111111SECTION 5Disparities5.1 SocioNeeds Index5.2 Index of DisparityPrimary Data Collection6.1 Community Survey Key Findings6.2 Key Informant and Focus Group Discussion FindingsBarriers to Health CareInadequate or no insurance coverageLack of AppointmentsLack of AwarenessInadequacy of Culturally Competent CareBureaucracyProfile of Ventura CountyVentura County Community Health Needs Assessment 20193636SECTION 6SECTION 44.1 Demographic Profile4.1.1 Population4.1.2 Age4.1.3 Race/Ethnicity4.1.4 Language Spoken at Home4.1.5 Education4.1.6 Income4.1.7 131414161723944444445454546

ContentsVentura County Focus Group Discussion QuestionsCommunity Survey (English)Community Survey (Spanish)SECTION 7Data Synthesis and Prioritization7.1 Data Synthesis7.2 Prioritized Significant Health Needs7.2.1 Improve Access to Health Services7.2.2 Reduce the Impact of Behavioral Health Issues7.2.3 Improve Health and Wellness for Older Adults7.2.4 Reduce the Burden of Chronic Disease7.2.5 Address Social Needs7.3 Community Resources to Address Priority Health Issues7.4 ConclusionAPPENDIX A. Ventura County’s Impact Report:47484955616471747475APPENDIX B. Methodology81Secondary Data Sources & AnalysisSecondary Data ScoringIndex of DisparityData ConsiderationsRace/Ethnic and Special Population GroupingsZip Codes and Zip Code Tabulation AreasSecondary Data ScoringComparison to a Distribution of County Values: Within State and NationComparison to Values: State, National, and TargetsTrend over TimeMissing ValuesIndicator ScoringTopic ScoringData Scoring ResultsPrimary Data MethodologyPrimary Data Methods & AnalysisCommunity SurveyKey Informant InterviewsFocus Groups and Focus Group ProfilesVentura County Key Informant Interview QuestionnaireVentura County Community Health Needs Assessment 2019Prioritization SurveyPrioritization Matrix Packet and InstructionsAPPENDIX D. Community ResourcesVentura CountyVentura County 2-1-1 ResourcesAPPENDIX E: IRS Guidelines for Form 990,Evaluation since Prior CHNASecondary Data Methodology: Secondary Data SourcesAPPENDIX C. Prioritization 051063106107108110113114115115115Schedule H Compliance116References117

Executive Summary1.1 Introduction1.3 Prioritized AreasThe Ventura County Community Health Needs Assessment Collaborative (VCCHNAC)is pleased to present its 2019 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). Asfederally required by the Affordable Care Act, this report provides an overview of themethods and process used to identify and prioritize significant health needs in theVentura County CHNA Collaborative (VCCHNAC)’s service area. The Ventura CountyCHNA Collaborative partnered with Conduent Healthy Communities Institute (HCI)to conduct the CHNA. The goal of this report is to offer a meaningful understandingof the most pressing health needs across VCCHNAC’s service area, as well as to guideplanning efforts to address those needs. VCCHNAC believes that “health starts longbefore illness, in our homes, schools and jobs; that all Ventura County residentsshould have the opportunity to make choices that allow them to live a long, healthylife, regardless of their income, education or ethnic background.” (A New Way toTalk about Social Determinants of Health” RWJF Vulnerable Populations Portfolio,2010). Special attention has been given to the needs of vulnerable populations, unmethealth needs or gaps in services, and input from the community. Findings fromthis report will be used to identify, develop, and target the Ventura County CHNACollaborative initiatives to provide and connect residents with resources to improvehealth outcomes and quality of life in Ventura County.To thrive, everyone in the community needs to be given theopportunity to live a long, healthy life, regardless of his orher background or socioeconomic status. The conditionsof the physical environment where people live, learn, workand play present a wide range of health risks and outcomes.The VCCHNAC is committed to supporting environmentsthat protect and promote the health and well-being of residents equitably.1.2 Summary of FindingsThe CHNA findings in this report result from theextensive analysis of primary and secondary datasources; over 241 indicators from national andstate data sources were included in the secondary analysis and primary data was collected fromcommunity leaders, non-health professionals,community based organizations, communitymembers and populations with unmet healthneeds and/or populations experiencing healthdisparities. The main source for the secondarydata, or data that has been previously collectedby the government and other health agenciesto inform health planning, is the Health Mattersin Ventura County platform, a publicly availabledata platform. That platform can be found here:http://www.healthmattersinvc.org/Ventura County Community Health Needs Assessment 2019Through an examination of the primary and secondary data, the following top health needs wereidentified: Access to HealthServices Alcoholism Asthma Cancer Diabetes Drug Abuse(includingprescription drugs) Food Insecurity andPoor Nutrition Housing andHomelessness Lack of PreNatal Care andBreastfeedingSupport Mental Health Older Adults andAging4The CHNA describes barriers to experiencing health andwellness in the community and provides information necessary to all levels of stakeholders to build upon each other’swork in a coordinated manner. The VCCHNAC has developeda multi-sectoral partnership with the objective of breakingdown siloes in healthcare and identifying intersecting issues that impact the county population that all the healthagencies in the partnership serve. Based on the results ofthis assessment, VCCHNAC has categorized the identifiedpriorities into broad cross-cutting issues that not only drivemultiple outcomes, but that will offer many opportunitiesto the partners to address barriers to health and leverageshared resources. With these objectives in mind, the following five encompassing topics were identified by VCCHNACas priorities to implement: Improve Access to Health Services Reduce the Impact of Behavioral Health Issues Improve Health and Wellness for Older Adults Reduce the Burden of Chronic Disease Address Social NeedsVCCHNAC has established clear priorities based on theresults of this CHNA to improve health outcomes for theresidents of Ventura County. VCCHNAC will develop strategies to address these priorities through implementationand community health improvement planning beginningin 2019. In collaboration with community stakeholders andresidents, VCCHNAC hopes to realize its vision of becomingthe healthiest county in the nation by 2030.

Frameworks Contributing to the CommunityHealth Needs Assessment ProcessPOPULATION HEALTH OUTCOMES – VCPH monitors population health outcomessuch as quality of life, risk factors of and numbers of cases of disease, life expectancy,and death to assess the health of families in Ventura County.The Ventura County Community Health Needs Assessment Collaborative (VCCHNAC)assessment process was based upon established public health frameworks thatguide goal setting for all stakeholders engaged in the task of building healthycommunities. These guiding frameworks are discussed below.HEALTHY FAMILIES – Families need access to quality preventive and health care,including mental and behavioral health services. The health of a family is affectedby individual/genetic risk factors as well as health behaviors and conditions, nevertheless VCPH realizes that healthy social and physical environments play a greaterrole for a family in achieving overall health.2.1 The Ideal Healthy CommunityThe World Health Organization defines health as “a complete state of physical,mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.”The VCCHNAC borrows and utilizes this same definition of health, previously adapted and refined by Ventura County Public Health (VCPH) in the 2016 CommunityHealth Assessment (CHA) developed by the department. The model frameworkof an ideal Healthy Community is outlined in the diagram below and illustratesdynamic interactions between various personal, social and environmental factorsin determining an individual’s health as well as the different points of interventionfor organizations working in health promotion.HEALTHY SOCIAL AND PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT – Safe and affordable housingcan support occupants throughout their life stages, promote health and safety,and support mental and emotional health. Cultural norms can influence beliefsabout health care, behaviors that contribute to food choices, attitudes regardingmental health and values concerning social status. Living in poverty and beingunemployed are associated with poor physical and mental health outcomes acrossall races and ethnicities. Neighborhood characteristics have significant impact onhealth outcomes because they influence an individual’s ability to adopt behaviorsthat promote health. People in low income neighborhoods often have less access toaffordable, healthy food options, and have more access to cheap fast-food outlets.People with higher levels of educational attainment consistently experience lowerrisks for a wide array of illnesses and increased life expectancy. Exposure to media,especially among youth, may affect health behaviors such as substance use, sexualactivity, and eating habits. VCPH wants to address these social determinants ofhealth by utilizing data to inform policy, engaging community residents and partnerorganizations, building capacity, and creating organizational environments thatenable change to achieve a healthy community.Ventura County Public Health Model for a Healthy CommunityHealthyCommunityHealth ImpactAssessmentsCommunity HealthAssessmentPublic Health’s Role inAddressing SocialDeterminants:§ Data Collection, monitoringand surveillance§ Population-basedinterventions to addresshealth factors§ Community Engagement andcapacity buildingCollectiveHealth inAll PoliciesHealth EquityEconomicOpportunityHealthy SocialImpactand PhysicalEnvironment Safe Neighborhoods andCommunitiesCulturalNormsHousingQuality Preventativeand Clinical rityIndividual/GeneticRisk c Health’s Role inAddressing SocialDeterminants:§§§Advocating for and definingpublic policy to achievehealth equityCoordinated interagencyeffortsCreating organizationalenvironments that enablechangeHealthBehaviors andConditionsHEALTHY COMMUNITY – According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), ‘health equity’ is achieved when every person has the opportunity to“attain his or her full health potential” and no one is “disadvantaged from achievingthis potential because of social position or other socially determined circumstances.”Per the CDC, health equity is achieved when every person has the opportunity to“attain his or her full health potential” and no one is “disadvantaged from achievingthis potential because of social position or other socially determined circumstances.”VCPH is committed to conducting periodic community health assessments andutilizing the Health in All Policies (HiAP) framework to improve the accountabilityof decision-makers to recognize the health impacts at all levels of policy-making.Quality of LifeDiseaseDeathLife ExpectancyA Healthy Community provides for a quality and sustainable environment, adequatelevels of economic and social development, health and social equity, socialrelationships that are supportive and respectful, andmeets the basic needs of everyone across the lifespan.Last Revised 2019The VCPH model for a Healthy Community helps to define those social and environmental conditions as well as public health actions — policies and communityresources — that can be taken to begin to address them.Ventura County Community Health Needs Assessment 20195

Frameworks Contributing to the CommunityHealth Needs Assessment ProcessVCPH will collaborate more with existing stakeholders and engage non-traditionalstakeholders because it is only through collective impact that we can begin to makechanges necessary to improve the health and well-being of residents and makeVentura County a Healthy Community.rankings are broken down into two categories: health factors and health outcomes.Health factors (i.e. educational attainment and access to care) and health outcomes(i.e. disease and death) help to measure the current health status of a population.VCCHNAC, in partnership with VCPH, will work toward making Ventura Countythe healthiest county in the state and nation by 2030. Per the County Health Rankings, in 2019, Ventura County ranked 9th out of 57 counties in California for healthoutcomes and 18th for health factors. Ventura County has been declining in thehealth factors ranking for the last few years, and this is largely driven by physicalenvironment indicators such as air pollution particulate matter, housing issues,and transportation. There is still much work to be done to improve overall healthand well-being.To improve population health outcomes, we need to shift the focus from addressinghealth factors to addressing the social and environmental determinants of health.VCCHNAC reaffirms the model of VCPH and believes that a Healthy Communityprovides a quality and sustainable environment adequate levels of economic andsocial development, health and social equity, social relationships that are supportiveand respectful, and meets the basic needs of everyone across the lifespan.2.2 Healthy People 20202.4 Organizational Community Health Needs AssessmentRequirementsHealthy People 2020 (HP2020) creates a strategic framework that unites healthpromotion and disease prevention issues under a single umbrella. It provides us withthe opportunity to engage a wide variety of stakeholders to achieve the objectivesset forth and guides national research, program planning and policy adoption topromote health and prevent disease.Health Assessments have been conducted by health agencies — hospitals, localhealth departments, and Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) — for manyyears individually to guide their work in communities. The Patient Protection andAffordable Care Act (PPACA), tax-exempt 501 (c)(3) requires hospitals to conducta Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) every three years with input frompublic health experts and community members, and develop and adopt an implementation strategy. At the same time, local health departments that are preparingfor the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB) process are required to conductstrategic planning, including a Community Health Assessment conducted everyfive years, and a corresponding Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP).Section 330 of the Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C. §254b), the authorizing legislation of the Health Resources & Services Administration’s (HRSA) Health CenterProgram, requires health centers to perform a similar exercise to demonstrate theneed for health services, a shortage of personal health services, and commitmentto operate where the greatest number of individuals residing in the service areacan be reached. These coinciding requirements of health agencies offer an idealopportunity for hospitals, health centers and health departments to work togetherin defining priorities and addressing health challenges within the community theyshare. The opportunity to align goals and combine resources and efforts is whatled to the development of the VCCHNAC, which together commissioned the assessment defined in this report.Most importantly, this framework requires tracking of data-driven outcomes tomonitor progress and focus our interventions. The fundamental goal of HP 2020is that we have a society in which all people live long, healthy lives. To achievethis goal, Ventura County must think about how the social environment, physicalenvironment, biology and genetics, access to health services and individual behavior all play a role in population-based health outcomes. Within this assessment,VCCHNAC is striving to identify population health disparities categorized by race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status, gender, age, disability status, sexual orientationand geographic location.VCCHNAC will be evaluating and monitoring the Healthy People 2030 topics andobjectives as they become available.2.3 County Health Rankings and RoadmapsThe Population Health Institute from the University of Wisconsin has developedcounty health rankings by state, including California (University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019). TheseVentura County Community Health Needs Assessment 20196

Introduction3.1 Ventura County Community Health Needs AssessmentCollaborative (VCCHNAC)FIGURE 1: LOCATION OF VCCHNAC PARTNERS WITHIN VENTURA COUNTYThe Ventura County CHNA Collaborative (VCCHNAC) is a formal, charter-boundpartnership of seven health agencies that came together in June 2018 to participatein the development of a joint CHNA exercise and report. The agencies that constitutethe VCCHNAC are given below: Adventist Health Simi Valley Camarillo Health Care District Clinicas Del Camino Real, Inc. Community Memorial Hospital Ojai Valley Community Hospital St. John’s Regional Medical Center, Dignity Health St. John’s Pleasant Valley Hospital, Dignity Health Ventura County Health Care Agency Community Health Center Ventura County Public HealthSource: Google Map on Health Matters in Ventura CountyThe first collaborative CHNA is documented in this report and will be publishedevery three years or as per Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the Health Resourcesand Services Administration’s (HRSA) Health Center Compliance Manual, Section330 of the Public Health Service Act, and Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB)requirements. The VCCHNAC will work to develop implementation strategies, tobe included in each member organization’s individual Community Health Improvement Plans (CHIP)/Implementation Strategies (IS), that align with CHNA identifiedhealth priorities and focus on achieving health equity. Together, these agencies willsupport health advocacy, education, prevention, and partnerships that extend thecare continuum for medically underserved and vulnerable populations.Ventura County Community Health Needs Assessment 20197

Introduction3.2 Mission3.4 Collaborative StructureThe mission of the VCCHNAC is to enhance partnerships between Ventura CountyPublic Health, area hospitals, healthcare providers, special health care district, andhealth systems to improve population health outcomes in Ventura County. Thesepartnerships are necessary to accomplish the shared vision of working collaboratively on a single, comprehensive CHNA that satisfies all reporting requirements andstreamlines the assessment process, so resources may be focused on developingstrategies for improvement of the identified health priorities. This will result in acollaborative approach to addressing population health and benefit the communities being served.The Ventura County Community Health Needs Assessment Collaborative (VCCHNAC)is the decision-making entity for the 2019 Community Health Needs Assessmentand is chaired by the Epidemiologist at Ventura County Public Health. Primaryrepresentatives for the organizations included in the charter are as follows:3.3 Service AreaKathryn Stiles, Adventist Health Simi Valley — Director of Community IntegrationWith the purpose of jointly addressing health challenges of residents and servingcommunities with impactful solutions that leverage shared resources and coordinatecare, the seven health agencies that make up the VCCHNAC have come togetherin defining their service area as the County of Ventura.Rachel Cox, Clinicas Del Camino Real, Inc. — Operations ManagerErin Slack, MPH, Ventura County Public Health — EpidemiologistWill Garand, Community Memorial Health System — Vice President, Planning &Managed CareGeorge West, St. John’s Regional Medical Center and St. John’s Pleasant ValleyHospital, Dignity Health System — Service Area Vice President, Mission IntegrationMatthew Tufte, Ventura County Health Care Agency Community Health Center —Hospital Nurse Manager, Case ManagementSue Tatangelo, Camarillo Health Care District — Chief Resource OfficerFIGURE 2: ZIP CODE TABULATED AREAS WITHIN VENTURA COUNTY3.5 Distribution of CHNA reportTo meet the requirements of the IRS regulations 501(r) for charitable hospitals,hospitals are required to make the Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA)and Implementation Strategy (IS) available publicly through print copies and onthe internet. Public comment is also solicited and documented. In keeping withthese regulations, the three hospitals that now comprise the VCCHNAC madeavailable their hospital’s previous CHNA and IS to the public via the followingwebsites:Adventist Health Simi Valley2016 CHNA: Assessment.pdf2017 Implementation Plan: ey/communitybenefit/Final 2017 CHP SimiValley Revised 2.pdfSource: Health Matters in Ventura CountyVentura County Community Health Needs Assessment 20198

IntroductionCommunity Memorial Health System2017 Community Health Assessment:2016 CHNA: tura/PHCHA Booklet DIGITAL 4 2017-05-12 2.pdf /03/CHNA 2016.pdf2018-2020 Community Health Improvement Plan:2017 Implementation Plan: tura/PHCHA Booklet DIGITAL 4 2017-05-12 2.pdf 03/CHNAImplementation 2016.pdfSt. John’s Regional Medical Center and St. John’s Pleasant Valley Hospital,Dignity Health2016 CHNA: uments/CHNA/CHNA-St-Johns-Regional.ashx?la en&hash 1FA2BBD89FF21354D547F85ECE7FC58680781BCC uments/CHNA/CHNA-St-Johns-Pleasant-Valley.ashx?la enAdventist Health Simi Valley (AHSV) printed paper copies and distributed to internal departments, outpatient centers and key community stakeholders includingboard members, and community leaders. The hospital also provided contactinformation on the system website and on the CHNA back cover for requestingprinted copies of the report. Excess reports were made available at the front deskof the hospital, in the marketing department, in the community integration officeand some of the outpatient centers. Finally, Adventist Simi Valley distributed copiesdigitally to all AHSV associates and internal stakeholders including physicians,volunteers, new employees, and key non-profit partners.2016 Implementation Plan: on-St-Johns-Regional.ashx?la en&hash 4C4968480D44FCADC2EB570551ED031C24F8FCC8 n-St-Johns-Pleasant-Valley.ashx?la en&hash 55379A7EAF9828303220EBC6FABCAEA17492081EIn fulfillment of public health accreditation requirements Ventura County Public Healthalso conducted a Community Health Assessment which was followed by the developmentof a Community Health Improvement Plan. Both documents were made available online.Ventura County Public HealthVentura County Community Health Needs Assessment 2019Each website allows for members of the community to submit comments via e-mail.Additionally, Dignity Health, which includes St. John’s Regional Medical Centerand St. John’s Pleasant Valley Hospital, distributed the 2016 CHNAs to publicthrough community health events, key collaborators and stakeholders, the citycouncils of Oxnard and Camarillo, the Ventura County Board of Supervisors, theCatholic Bishop of the Archdiocese & Pastoral Region along with other religiousleaders in the community, local newspapers, physicians employed by the healthsystem, and to various human services organizations and agencies through thehospital monthly on-site networking meeting.9All partners made opportunities available to community members to read thereport and provide comments. No comments or feedback were received on thepreceding CHNAs at the time this report was written.

Introduction3.6 Priority Health Needs and Impact from Prior CHNAGiven below is a synopsis of the priorities that were earmarked for actionby the different health agencies that constitute VCCHNAC.TABLE 1: PAST PRIORITIES OF VENTURA COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSPAST PRIORITIZED HEALTH TOPICSVENTURA COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSMental Health (Childhood, Adult, and/or Seniors)VCPHCMHS (Ojai)CMHS (West Ventura)St. John’s Regional MedicalCancer/Cancer ScreeningVCPHCMHS (Ojai)CMHS (West Ventura)St. John’s Regional MedicalSubstance UseVCPHCMHS (Ojai)CMHS (West Ventura)CMHS (Ojai)CMHS (West Ventura)Seniors Access to CareSt. John’s Regional MedicalEducationVCPHCMHS (Ojai)CMHS (West Ventura)PovertyVCPHCMHS (Ojai)CMHS (West Ventura)CMHS (Ojai)CMHS (West Ventura)St. John’s Regional MedicalCMHS (West Ventura)St. John’s Regional MedicalAccess to Health Care ServicesChronic Health Conditions (Diabetes, Obesity,Cardiovascular Disease)NutritionAccess to Health InsuranceCMHS (Ojai)CMHS (West Ventura)CMHS (Ojai)VCPHPhysical Health/Health and WellnessVCPHTransportationVCPHReduce Preventable HospitalizationsVCPHMaternal HealthVCPHCMHS (West Ventura)ClinicasAHSVClinicasClinicasClinicasSt. John’s PleasantValley HospitalAHSVClinicasClinicasClinicasCMHS (Ojai)St. John’s Regional MedicalClinicasClinicasMost of the health topics prioritized in the previous reports relate with the priorities identified for thecurrent CHNA; thus VCCHNAC will be building upon efforts of previous years. A detailed table describingthe strategies/action steps and indicators of success for each of the preceding priority health topics canbe found in APPENDIX A. Ventura County’s Impact Report: Evaluation since Prior CHNA.Ventura County Community Health Needs Assessment 2019AHSVSt. John’s Regional MedicalCMHS (Ojai)Decrease Hospitalization during End of LifeClinicasClinicasHomeless Health IssuesIncreasing Affordable Housing/Safe homes andfamiliesAHSVSt. John’s PleasantValley HospitalSt. John’s PleasantValley HospitalCMHS (West Ventura)VCPHOral HealthSt. John’s PleasantValley Hospital10

Introduction3.7 Evaluation of Progress since Prior CHNAThe CHNA process should be viewed as a three-year cycle (Figure 3). An importantpart of that cycle is revisiting the progress made on priority topics from previousCHNAs. By reviewing the actions taken to address priority areas and evaluatingthe impact of these actions in the community, an organization can better focus andtarget its efforts during the next CHNA cycle.FIGURE 3: CHNA PROCESSAnalyze Data &Community InputEvaluate ActionsTaken3.8 ConsultantsThe Ventura County Community Health Needs Assessment Collaborative (VCCHNAC)commissioned Conduent Healthy Communities Institute (HCI) to conduct its 2019Community Health Needs Assessment. HCI works with clients across most statesin the U.S. to drive improved community health outcomes by assessing needs,developing focused strategies, identifying appropriate intervention programs,establishing progress monitoring systems, and implementing performance evaluation processes. Working with diverse clients nationwide has contributed to HCI’snational knowledge base of population health solutions. In addition, by engagingdirectly with clients and communities through the primary data collection processand final workshops, HCI works on behalf of clients to build trust between andamong organizations and their communities.Prioritize HealthNeedsTo learn more about Conduent Healthy Communities Institute, please -health/.3.9 AuthorsCHNA Report &ImplementationStrategyImplementReport author from VCCHNAC:Erin Slack, MPH, Ventura County Public Health EpidemiologistReport authors from Conduent HCI:Anindita Fahad, MPH, MAAhalya Prakash, MPH3 Year CycleVentura County Community Health Needs Assessment 2019Report Writing Assistance at Conduent HCI:Andrew Juhnke, MPHZack Flores11

Profile of Ventura CountyLocated in southern California, Ventura County has a land area of 1,843.1 squaremiles which encompasses 10 cities, 13 census-

Ventura County Key Informant Interview Questionnaire 106 Ventura County Focus Group Discussion Questions 106 Community Survey (English) 107 . before illness, in our homes, schools and jobs; that all Ventura County residents should have the opportunity to make choices that allow them to live a long, healthy life, regardless of their income .

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