Bothwell Regional Health Center seeks public input on health needs
Bothwell Regional Health Center is conducting a community health needs assessment and is asking for help from residents in Sedalia and the surrounding region.
The survey, which is completely anonymous, can be found online at brhc.org/2019CHNA. It takes just a few minutes to complete and whoever completes a survey will be entered for a chance to win a $100 Visa gift card. Printed versions of the survey are also available at the hospital.
“This survey is an important tool for us to determine what needs are best being met and area where we might need to refocus our priorities,” said Interim Chief Executive Officer Rose McMullin. “We want to encourage everyone to take a few minutes to help us identify key health concerns within our area so we can continue to provide exceptional health care to this community.”
As part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, community health needs assessments and implementation strategies are required every three years to ensure tax exempt hospitals have the information they need to provide services that meet the needs of the communities where they serve. The assessment is shared with local government agencies and other health care entities to better coordinate the allocation of public and private resources.