After the assessment phase, participants will create goals based on their findings. They can then proceed to develop action plans that should help them achieve these objectives as efficiently as possible. Afterwards participants then set goals based on these findings before proceeding to create action plans which will hopefully help them reach those objectives as efficiently as possible—this may include activities such as conducting more outreach in underserved areas or providing greater access to resources like healthy food options.
Finaly, after everything is in motion CHIP encourages the communities to track progress by holding regular feedback sessions. This allows them to quickly identify issues and adjust if necessary. The model allows stakeholders to be actively involved in the improvement of public health while engaging them.