Regional Training: “Starting With Success – Building and Enhancing Your Health Center”
January 9-10, 2019; New Orleans, LA
Starting with Success: Building and Enhancing Your Health Center (SWS) is a 2-day, intensive training that provides an in-depth look at the essentials of running a high-performing federally qualified health center (FQHC). SWS provides an overview of the Health Center Program, the statutory and regulatory requirements stemming from the Section 330 of the Public Health Service Act, and the Health Center Program Site Visit. Featuring a panel of national experts from the Bureau of Primary Health Care, current and former health center leaders, and staff from the National Association of Community Health Centers, Starting With Success is a comprehensive “Health Center 101” for new health centers.
“Increasing Access to Care and Improving Health Outcomes: A Spotlight on Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander-Serving Health Centers” Webinar
12/20/18; Via Web (See URL)
Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders (AA&NHPIs) are among the fastest growing racial/ethnic groups in the United States. AA&NHPIs are highly diverse in their culture, language, and health needs, representing more than 50 ethnic groups and 100 languages. In 2017, nearly 1.2 million AA&NHPIs received care at a community health center. States that experienced new growth in the number of AA&NHPI health center patients include Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Nevada, and Texas. Health centers provide high quality, culturally and linguistically appropriate comprehensive primary care to these and other medically underserved communities, regardless of insurance status or ability to pay. Because of their multi-disciplinary approach to care, health centers effectively address both clinical and non-clinical health and social risk factors, and play a major role in addressing racial and ethnic health disparities.
Join us for a live webinar to learn more about the role of health centers in increasing access to care and improving health outcomes for medically underserved AA&NHPIs. Presenters will share key findings from AAPCHO’s new and soon-to-be released fact sheet entitled, “The Health of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders Served at Health Centers: UDS 2017”.
Primary Care Association and Health Center Control Networks Conference
11/14/18; New Orleans, LA
Managing Ambulatory Health Care In-Person Training
10/22/18; San Francisco, CA
2018 Financial, Operations Management/IT (FOM/IT) Conference
10/16/18; Las Vegas, Nevada
National Health Center T/TA Needs Assessment Open for Input!
About the National Needs Assessment
The Health Resources and Services Administration’s Bureau of Primary Health Care (HRSA/BPHC) has requested the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) to conduct a national health center needs assessment in collaboration with the 20 National Cooperative Agreement (NCA) organizations. Health center response to the needs assessment will inform the development of operational training and technical assistance (T/TA) provided by the 20 NCA organizations to health centers. The information received from the assessment will inform future T/TA planning, development, dissemination, and evaluation to best support health center operational needs.
Objectives: This consolidated Needs Assessment will:
- Minimize Health Center burden by reducing the number of needs assessments deployed.
- Increase Health Center ease in response through a more streamlined needs assessment.
- Identify training topics and preferred delivery modes to best support health centers’ delivery of high quality care through improved operations.
Who should complete the assessment
All health center staff members are strongly encouraged to participate and provide feedback from all levels of the organization.
How to complete the assessment
The assessment will take approximately 15-30 minutes to complete. If you are a health center CEO or CMO you will receive your own personalized link to the survey from NRCAssessment@nachc.org, on or around September 12, 2018.
Remaining health center staff (not CEO/CMO) can complete the assessment via an easy online portal.
If you’re experiencing technical difficulties accessing the hyperlink above, please use the link below to access the assessment:
The assessment will be available from September 12 – October 31, 2018. Your health center’s response is critical!
For more information, please contact KaRon Campbell, Manager, Needs Assessment and Evaluation, at email@example.com