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  • Introductory Course for Clinicians in Health Centers

    09/23/2019 - 09/26/2019; Seattle, WA
    Additional Information

    The MAHC1 academic program goes beyond the basics.  New clinical directors attending this course can focus on skills that are essential in the health center environment. You will learn specific management skills such as:

    • Financial management
    • The enhanced role of the Medical Director (medical, dental, behavioral health, etc.)
    • Clinical operations
    • Productivity management
    • Performance compensation
  • NNOHA Sealant Improvement Collaborative

    07/29/2019 - 08/31/2019; Online
    Additional Information

    NNOHA is a HRSA National Cooperative Agreement grantee for training and technical assistance on the HRSA UDS Sealant Measure. To help achieve HRSA’s goal of improving oral health outcomes, NNOHA is now recruiting 40 health center dental programs to participate in a 9-month Sealants Improvement Collaborative that will focus on improving health centers’ performance on the UDS sealant measure.

    Applications are due August 2019.

    Questions? Contact:
  • Webinar: HIV and Oral Health – An Update and Refocus

    07/29/2019 - 08/20/2019; Online
    Additional Information
    The National Network for Oral Health Access (NNOHA) is hosting a webinar on August 20 on oral health and HIV. Recognition of the oral manifestations of HIV infection is an important tool in accessing a patient’s overall well-being. Oral manifestations are important indicators of disease progression for those known to be HIV positive and can provide a means of accessing the potential status of those who are at risk for HIV. This webinar will cover how to manage exposure to HIV in the dental setting and how to accurately identify oral infections associated with HIV. Register using the link below.

    August 20, 2019 at 11am Mountain


    National Network for Oral Health Access

Past News & Events

  • Advanced Course for Health Center Clinicians

    06/17/2019 - 06/20/2019; Boston, MA
    Additional Information

    Managing Ambulatory Health Care 2 (MAHC2): Advanced Course for Clinical Leaders in Health Centers
    MAHC2 | June 17-20, 2019 | Boston, MA

    Designed for Clinical Leaders who have previous leadership training or job experience. Topics will include:

    • Strengthening your own leadership role and skills in your organization and community
    • Enhancing your relationships within the administrative side of your organization, including the CEO
    • Using new technology to advance quality improvement methods and results
  • 2019 National Health Care for the Homeless Conference & Policy Symposium

    05/22/2019; Washington, DC
    Additional Information

    Join us at #HCH2019 as we explore what it means to be “Working Together for Justice” through intensive trainings in health care and homelessness in the heart of Washington, D.C. Register to learn and network with hundreds of colleagues from across the U.S. at this singular annual gathering of clinicians, consumers, administrators, advocates, and policymakers.

    Whether you’re interested in exploring cultural humility or medical respite, harm reduction or trauma-informed care, we hope you’ll join us in our nation’s capitol as we unite as a community to explore the future of homeless health care and real solutions to homelessness.

  • Clinical Quality Symposium: Increase Your Clinical Expertise in Diabetes

    05/20/2019; Fairlee, Vermont
    Additional Information

    Please join us for Bi-State’s first Clinical Quality Symposium on May 20, 2019, at Lake Morey Resort in Fairlee, Vermont. This day-long conference tailored to increase your clinical expertise in Diabetes care and treatment. The conference includes a keynote presentation by Macella Wilson, Ph.D., two panels with Q&A, comprehensive workshops, continental breakfast, lunch, and networking breaks. We are applying for CMEs and CNEs for all sessions.

    Bi-State’s annual Primary Care Conference will be held the following day in the same location – there is a 15% CQS registration discount if you register for both conferences. Please review the website for more information.

  • Training for New Clinical Directors

    05/16/2019 - 05/17/2019; Utah Cultural Celebration Center, West Valley City, UT
    Additional Information

    Training for New Clinical Directors provides the core knowledge and competencies that all health center Clinical Directors need to function as effective managers, leaders, and advocates for their health centers and communities. Clinical Directors, including Site Directors in their position for two years or less are encouraged to enroll.

    March 30-31, 2019 (in conjunction with the 2019 P&I)
    Washington, DC

    May 16-17, 2019
    West Valley City, UT
    Hosted by the Association for Utah Community Health (AUCH)

  • STAR² Center Series – Episode 1 – Burnout 201

    04/11/2019 - 05/16/2019; Online
    Additional Information

    The STAR² Center is back with a new webinar series on one of the most pressing topics facing health centers: burnout. This series will feature speakers that are on the front lines of this issue and will address topics such as team-based care and the role of provider satisfaction, clinician experience and how the physical set up of a space contributes to provider satisfaction and reduces burnout. You won’t want to miss this series led by experts in their fields. Grab your seat today for this six-part series!

  • Developing a Community Health Center Capital Project Plan and Budget – Part One

    05/07/2019; online
    Additional Information

    Before developing a complete capital project budget, health centers need to create a plan that accounts for all aspects of the project and attempts to eliminate unwelcome surprises. This session, the first of a two-part webinar series, will take a broad look at capital project planning activities that allow you to accurately determine the cost of a project so your health center knows how much funding you need to secure. We will discuss how to estimate service area demand, workforce needs, and space requirements so you can build a realistic budget. We will also describe how to calculate your debt capacity and measure financial feasibility.

    May 7, 2019 2-3 pm ET

    Contact: Chloe Tsetsos 617-422-0350 or

  • Connecting the Dots with Supportive Housing: CSH Summit 2019

    04/30/2019; JW Marriott Indianapolis
    Additional Information

    CSH Supportive Housing Summit 2019 will activate cross-sector collaboration and partnerships, connecting the dots with supportive housing. Leaders from many professional fields important to supportive housing, including healthcare, education, child welfare, workforce development, IDD, justice reform, addiction, community planning and others will gather in Indianapolis, IN.

  • “Two Sides of the Same Coin: Addressing Social Determinants of Health and Enabling Services Data Collection” Webinar

    04/25/2019; Online
    Additional Information

    As health centers are held accountable for cost containment and high quality of care under value-based pay arrangements, it is increasingly important for providers to document the social determinants of health (SDoH) barriers of their patients and what services they are providing (both clinical and non-clinical) in order to properly care for those complex patients. Some of these services are called enabling services (ES), defined as non-clinical services that aim to increase access to care and improve health outcomes. Standardized data collection on SDoH and ES are two sides of the same coin and provide the foundation for health centers to succeed in a value-based pay environment. This not only helps them address root causes of poor health, but also highlights the value of the health center model.

    The Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (AAPCHO), in collaboration with Health Outreach Partners (HOP), National Health Care for the Homeless Council (NHCHC), and participating partners have updated a standardized protocol for ES data collection. Join us on this webinar to learn more about the ability of state Primary Care Associations (PCAs) to support the tracking and evaluation of these non-clinical services and why it is an important tool in helping health centers to demonstrate their value in meeting and addressing patient social risks.

  • Diabetes in Special & Vulnerable Populations: A National Learning Series

    03/14/2019 - 04/23/2019; Online
    Additional Information

    Diabetes affects more than 30 million people in the United States. Multi-tiered efforts to prevent, treat, and manage diabetes are critical in reducing the burden of diabetes, particularly for medically underserved racial and ethnic minority populations. In addition to higher prevalence, ethnic and racial minority patients with diabetes have higher rates of mortality and diabetic complications.

    Fourteen HRSA-funded NCAs have partnered to create a four-part national learning webinar series for health centers, Primary Care Associations, and Health Center Controlled Networks. The series’ goal is to increase foundational knowledge of effective strategies to prevent, treat, and manage diabetes among special and vulnerable Health Center Program populations.

    This series will focus on co-morbidities associated with diabetes (e.g., oral health, behavioral health, SUD, obesity, and social risk factors).

    Learn more and register for individual webinars by visiting

  • Beyond Quality of Care Measures: Preventing Cervical and Breast Cancer in Health Center Programs

    04/18/2019; Online
    Additional Information

    Some of the cancers that most often affect women are breast, colon, endometrial, lung, cervical, skin, and ovarian cancers. Breast cancer is the most common cancer that women may face in their lifetime aside from skin cancer. It affects women of any age and the risk goes up as they get older. In addition, cervical cancer can affect any woman who is or has been sexually active and is also prevalent among women with a history of human papilloma virus (HPV), as it is a sexually transmitted virus. This webinar will provide an overview of these cancers, illustrate early detection programs in two Public Housing Primary Care Health Centers and provide resources for patients and clinicians.

    • Dr. Debbie Saslow, Director of Breast and Gynecological Cancer, American Cancer Society
    • Kathy Orchen, Quality Assurance Coordinator, Zufall Health Center
    • Alejandrina Arevalo, Director of Patient Engagement, San Ysidro Health

    Learning Objectives:
    • Review the most common cervical and breast cancer risk factors
    • Identify Zufall’s cervical and breast cancer prevention practices
    • Analyze San Ysidro Health’s cervical and breast cancer evidence-based programs

This project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $6,375,000 with 0 percentage financed with non-governmental sources. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by HRSA, HHS, or the U.S. Government. For more information, please visit