Our partners are continually developing new resources. In addition, long-standing resources often contain critical information to address new or other hot-topic issues.
The following featured resources have been added to the resource clearinghouse to address these needs.
Annotation: This presentation explored the history and recent changes of 42 CFR Part 2, review common definitions, and how the changes may affect integrated medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) programs, and discussion on LifeLong Medical Care’s experience. Audience: General Audience. Developed by: Health Information and Technology, Evaluation and Quality Center (HITEQ). See other resources developed by HITEQ.
Annotation: This 60-minute webcast will introduce new FQHC Board Members to their general responsibilities in relation to Health Center Program Requirements. Content is designed to enhance understanding of practical application of the Requirements in the health center setting, for those who are more seasoned. Audience: Board of Directors. Developed by: National Center for Farmworker Health (NCFH). See other resources developed by NCFH.
Annotation: This webinar is an introduction to the CDFI industry including: What is a CDFI and what do they do? How can CDFIs support health center growth? How do CDFIs differ from conventional lenders? How do community health centers access capital from a CDFI? Audience: C-Suite (CEOs, CFO’s, CIO, COO’s, CMO’s, etc). Developed by: Capital Link. See other resources developed by Capital Link.
Annotation: Governance is an essential component of the health center program. In order to be an effective board member, it is vital to understand board members’ roles and responsibilities and the HRSA expectations of C/MHC board of directors. These templates were developed by NCFH to help board members with strategic thinking and planning within the context of the environment that the health center operates, as well as pursuing its mission, goals and operating plan. Audience: Board of Directors. Developed by: National Center for Farmworker Health (NCFH). See other resources developed by NCFH.
Annotation: Coordinating Care around the Social Determinants of Health is a blog series from the School-Based Health Alliance. We feature stories from clinicians that demonstrate the impact of safety-net health centers that use a social determinants lens when providing coordination of care for adolescents. Audience: Clinicians. Developed by: School-Based Health Alliance (SBHA). See other resources developed by SBHA.
Annotation: This interactive resource, developed by Capital Link and the National Association of Community Health Centers, provides health centers with a toolkit to create and maintain a useful strategic plan. It helps health centers to assess key influences, reinforce operating systems, establish objectives, and mobilize staff and other stakeholders to meet the challenges of a changing environment. Most importantly, it offers tools to distill this information into the critical actions health centers need to manage strategically and achieve sustainability. Audience: C-Suite (CEOs, CFO’s, CIO, COO’s, CMO’s, etc). Developed by: Capital Link. See other resources developed by Capital Link.
Annotation: This eLearning course provides an introduction to emergency management concepts, the importance of disaster planning, core components necessary in all emergency management plans and practice for emergencies. Audience: Health Center Staff. Developed by: National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC). See other resources developed by NACHC.
Annotation: This interactive tool provides a brief overview of the most basic Diabetes self management strategies along with a health tracking tool designed for patient and provider interaction. Audience: Outreach Staff. Developed by: National Center for Farmworker Health (NCFH). See other resources developed by NCFH.
Annotation: This toolkit describes the rights of patients to language access, questions to consider when determining an appropriate health care provider and health center, and resources for patient advocacy. The toolkit is available in multiple languages of English, Chinese, and Vietnamese. Audience: Enabling Staff. Developed by: Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (APCHO). See other resources developed by APCHO.