Health Improvement Plan Feedback Form

Health improvement plan is a generic term used to describe the work plan for improving population health outcomes. It is based on the Shared CHNA Reports. Public health entities call their health improvement plans District Public Health Improvement Plans (DPHIP) or State Health Improvement Plan (SHIP) while hospitals call their plans Implementation Strategies (IS) or implementation plans.

If you wish to receive a response to your feedback, please be sure to leave your contact information. Generally, we try to respond within 10 business days, but it is helpful to know any dates by which you need a response. If you are seeking additional data, please use Maine CDC's data request form on this website:

This form is intended to collect feedback on health improvement plans. Feedback provided on this form will go to the Maine CDC. If you are providing feedback for Central Maine Health Care, MaineGeneral Health, MaineHealth or any other hospital system, it will be forwarded to contacts within that hospital. Follow the link for Northern Light Health to provide systems feedback on their CHNA health improvement plan.

Please note that if you are providing feedback on reports or data from the Shared Community Health Needs Assessment, please use the Shared CHNA feedback form.




4.If no, what were you seeking?

5.What significant health needs should hospitals and public health agencies address in the next three years?

6.What assets and/or resources are you aware of that should be included in future plans to address significant health needs?

7.What other feedback do you have about the health improvement plan?

8.What questions do you have about the health improvement plan?