The University of Chicago Medicine has completed Community Health Needs Assessments in order to improve the health of residents in the medical center's service area. The Community Health Needs Assessments are a systematic, data-driven approach to determining the health status, behaviors and needs of these residents. A Community Health Needs Assessment is required by the Affordable Care Act and provides information so that communities may identify issues of greatest concern and decide how to allocate resources to address those areas, thereby making the greatest possible impact on community health status. University of Chicago Medicine, in collaboration with the Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council, sponsored the report. Click the links below to view UCM's Community Health Needs Assessment and Strategic Implementation plan. If you have any questions or comments, please contact (773) 702-1000.
Download the Community Health Needs Assessment Report (PDF)
Child and Adolescent Community Health Needs Assessment Report: Comer Children's Hospital
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This Strategic Implementation Plan provides an overview of the efforts by the University of Chicago Medicine to assess, prioritize and address the health needs of its community.
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2013 Community Benefit Report
In fiscal 2013, the University of Chicago Medicine provided $283 million in benefits and services to the community, or 22.5 percent of its operating expenses. In addition, the medical center provided nearly $154 million in uncompensated care in Illinois.
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2012 Community Benefit Report
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2011 Community Benefit Report
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