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As we begin the New Year, you look back and reflect on the all of the amazing things your organization has accomplished. You have numbers and stories and many lives changed. You know this, but how do you share it with your community, especially when you have no budget? CBISA helps you collect the data, but what do you do with it after that?
Well, I hope Lyon’s “News You Can Use” can help. I have scoured the internet looking for free or close to it, tools you can use to put together amazing publications or websites. Every quarter I will review at least three resources that will help you edit images, make charts, infographs, newsletters or even to make a great website. Get your story out there and show the world how your organization works everyday to better your community. Read More …
One of the great things about CBISA is its flexibility. We have suggested how to use the software, but it’s really up to you, the user. Read More …
Introducing CBISA PlusTM! – Connecting the Dots with CBISA Plus
We are thrilled to announce the release of our first new product since 2007, CBISA Plus TM!
This new product incorporates the results of your Community Health Needs Assessments (CHNA) with the rest of your CBISATM Community Benefit data for more robust management, tracking, and reporting. CBISA Plus ™ is designed to store and track important information regarding your prioritized community health needs.
- Answer key questions about how you’re addressing each of your identified needs and run reports to help you write an outstanding Implementation Strategy
- Report to your stakeholders on investments as they align with specific prioritized needs
- With CBISA PlusTM, you can do all this and more!
Join us for a webinar introducing CBISA PlusTM…
We will perform a live demonstration of the software, including a real-life example of the “life cycle of a need” in CBISA Plus™. We will also cover pricing and how to order, and answer any questions you may have.
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Community Benefit and Schedule H Made Easier
Hospitals frequently struggle with implementing community benefit initiatives, due to insufficient resources, time, and manpower. Furthermore, they often lack a structured tracking and reporting framework. However, it continues to be extremely important for all not-for-profit hospitals to show that they are “good” charitable organizations, living their mission statements by giving back to their communities. And all not-for-profit hospitals, are now required to report their community benefit information to the IRS in the new 990 Schedule H. Read More …