A coordinated and collaborative approach to Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). Part 2/2: COVID-19 Pandemic.

Part 2: COVID-19 context. A group of independent and competing organizations decided to work together collaboratively so that their community health needs assessment (CHNA) covers more people and a larger area. Our panel continues their discussion about this novel, collaborative, community-wide model for completing a CHNA, and explores how it enabled them to build a more coordinated response to the pandemic. With Lynn Sherman, Director, Social Responsibility and Community Engagement, Baptist Health; Melanie Patz, Vice President, Community Investment and Impact, Baptist Health; Ann-Marie Knight, MHA, FACHE, Vice President, Community Engagement and Chief Diversity Officer, UF Health Jacksonville; Paula Naugle Bides, MPA, Director, Community Benefit, Ascension Florida and Gulf Coast; and Ashley Pratt, Director, Community Engagement, Mayo Clinic Florida. Hosted by Bill Finerfrock and Michelle Leak, D.Ed., MBA.