Our Health Portfolio serves an important role in improving the health of our Community.
It provides a comprehensive overview of the health status, health needs, and resources available within a particular geographic area. The information contained in a community health portfolio can be used to inform the development of health policies, programs, and interventions that address the unique needs of the community.
One of the key roles of a community health portfolio is to identify health disparities and areas of need within a community. This information can be used to target interventions and resources to areas with the greatest need, ensuring that all members of the community have access to the care and support they need to maintain good health.
Another important role of a community health portfolio is to track changes in health status and healthcare access over time. This can help stakeholders identify trends and patterns that may require intervention or additional resources, and ensure that health policies and programs are responsive to the evolving needs of the community.
Overall, a community health portfolio is an essential tool for promoting health equity and improving the health and well-being of all members of a community.