Community Benefit Annual Report – How to Effectively Communicate the Impact of Community Benefit Activities
March 27, 2019
11 am PT/12 noon MT/1 pm CT/2 pm ET
One hour in duration
Member Price: Free
A Community Benefit Annual Report is a valuable tool to communicate the impact of health initiatives, showcase progress toward addressing identified priority needs and share stories about those who have benefitted from programs and services. Publicizing community benefit activities builds awareness of allocated resources and investments in support of partnerships, programs and services designed to improve the health of the community. This webinar will provide an overview of the importance of an annual report, discuss important considerations for designing a report for a diverse group of stakeholders, and identify key personnel to include in the reporting process.
Krystal D. Moyers, M.Ed, BA, CHES
Krystal is the Director of the Community Outreach Department at Augusta Health in Fishersville, Virginia. She graduated from James Madison University with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration. She received a Master of Health and Physical Education degree from Virginia Polytechnic University. She is a Certified Health Education Specialist through the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing. As the Director of Community Outreach, Krystal oversees Augusta Health’s Community Health Needs Assessment, the corresponding Implementation Strategy and the major programs being implemented to address the top health priorities of Staunton, Augusta County and Waynesboro, Virginia. These programs include a farm located on Augusta Health’s campus, a health care for the homeless initiative and a school-based nutrition program called Get Fresh. Krystal is also responsible for tracking the outcome measures of the initiatives in order to measure the impact on the health of the community. She was named a Rising Star in Healthcare by OurHealth magazine in 2018 and is passionate about creating systemic change in the health of the community to ultimately improve population health.