The data, resources, and tools in American Heart Association Hub, Impact Central, are designed to assist communities in assessing, prioritizing, and selecting areas of focus to improve community health.
NMTracker (Nutrient Management Tracker) is suite of tools supporting strategic and tactical nutrient management planning. The tool supports mapping and data entry for nutrient management planning, and integrates with the Purdue University Manure Management Planner (MMP).
The Adventist Health System Hub was established in 2016 to serve its 44 faith-based hospitals across 10 states. AHS views Community Health Needs Assessments as opportunities to better serve their communities, protect their not-for-profit status, and visibly convey their mission and faith-based values. Adventist Health System uses their CHNAs to inform the strategic use of current and future community benefit dollars.
The Adventist Health Hub, first launched in 2017 and relaunched in 2020, provides the system with: a comprehensive community health needs assessment (CHNA); custom calculations for hospital service areas; a curated list of well-being aligned indicators, and a system-level dashboard.