Community Health Improvement Week (CHIWeek)

Community Health Improvement Week 2024 is June 10–14, a time to highlight hospitals and community organizations working together to enhance health and well-being and advance health equity.
The Community Health Improvement Week digital engagement toolkit provides copy and graphics to help promote CHI Week on social media.
At the start of Community Health Improvement Week, the AHA’s Nancy Myers and Chris DeRienzo discuss where community health and equity goals are headed and the driving forces behind the movement to align them.
June 12–18 is Community Health Improvement Week. This annual recognition week focuses on how people at hospitals, health systems, national organizations and community organizations are working together to improve the health and well-being of individuals and communities and advance health equity.
Join AHA Community Health Improvement and hospitals and health systems throughout the country June 12-18 in recognizing the people and organizations that are improving individual and community health and well-being.
Two studies released last week during Community Health Improvement Week highlight the tremendous value hospitals provide to benefit their communities.
Building on the success of our previous CHNA process, CHRISTUS Health enhanced the current cycle by partnering with Metopio to include our first systemwide community survey and approaching it through a health equity lens.
The strong work and dedication of the diversity and inclusion team at UnityPoint Health, led by their senior vice president of diversity and inclusion, earned them recognition in PRC’s annual client awards. The health system and its community partners have continued their work to address…
One priority for hospitals and health systems is advancing diversity, equity and inclusion. The AHA’s next gathering, the Accelerating Health Equity Conference, May 10–12 in Cleveland, will focus on that topic.