Chattanooga Initial Feasibility
Initial feasibility overview
Over the course of three months, GHHI worked with partners in Chattanooga to under-take a feasibility study to assess the potential implementation of an integrated energy, housing, and health services delivery model for low and moderate-income households and communities in Chattanooga.
The project focused on five key areas of technical assistance: project planning, stake-holder analysis, data needs assessment, cost-benefit analysis, and payer engagement, which are outlined below. This report will focus on the latter four.