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Posted by: | Posted on: February 24, 2015

Lyon Software is Ready for ACHI 2015, Dallas Here We Come!

The flights are booked, hotel rooms reserved and attendees registered, Lyon Software is ready for ACHI 2015! The theme this year is “Building the Next Generation of Healthy Communities” and we can’t wait to hear the latest buzz on Community Health Improvement. Stop by our booth for Lyon goodies and meet Lyon Software team members Trina Hackensmith, Pat Geissler and Brittany Younts.

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Posted by: | Posted on: August 27, 2014

2015 ACHI National Conference – Building the Next Generation of Healthy Communities

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The Association for Community Health Improvement is seeking proposals for its 2015 National Conference, March 4-6 in Dallas, Texas. This year’s theme is Building the Next Generation of Healthy Communities.

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Posted by: | Posted on: January 3, 2014

CDC Literature Review of Existing Assessment Resources

CDC Report: Community Health Assessment for Population Health Improvement: Resource of Frequently Recommended Health Outcomes and Determinants

The Centers for Disease Prevention and Control presents the results of a systematic literature review of existing assessment resources: 42 frequently recommended metrics for use in Community Health Needs Assessments, complete with hyperlinks to existing indicator data sources.

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Posted by: | Posted on: October 7, 2013

A Note From Trina: 2013 Stars of the Field, AHA Awards

I joined Lyon Software in February 2006 and since that time I have had the privilege of meeting some of the brightest minds and most compassionate, caring people in the world of community benefit.  I was once again reminded of the commitment of many not-for-profit hospitals to serving the needs of their communities while reading the August, 2013 issue of H & HN.  The hospitals who received the AHA awards not only rise to the top by providing excellent medical care, but by constantly looking “upstream” and implementing innovative programs to keep people healthy.

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