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A Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) is a strategic roadmap developed by a community or an organization to address the health needs and challenges identified in a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). The CHNA is a systematic process that assesses the health status, resources, and priorities of a specific population. Once the CHNA is complete, the CHIP is created to outline the goals, objectives, and strategies to improve the health outcomes of the community, focusing on areas such as healthcare access, chronic disease prevention, mental health services, and social determinants of health. The CHIP serves as a collaborative effort involving various stakeholders, including healthcare providers, public health agencies, community organizations, and residents, to drive collective action and achieve better health outcomes for the community.

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