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Promising Practices


The Health Center Resource Clearinghouse provides a space for promising practices, identified and submitted by HRSA and HRSA-funded TTA partners for use with the health center population and/or in the health center setting.

What is a Promising Practice? A promising practice is a model, program or activity with evidence of effectiveness in small-scale interventions or with the potential to generate actionable data that could assist in taking the practice to scale and generalizing the results to diverse populations and settings. The Clearinghouse also collects Field-Generated Promising Practices. Read more about those here

Why pursue a national, public-facing Promising Practices effort? Through the identification and dissemination of operational promising practices, health center professionals can learn from one another about programs and services designed to enhance access to health care, and improve health outcomes and health equity, within the context of a learning health center system. Through the Clearinghouse site, health centers share success in “real-time” by showcasing an intervention, approach or practice with proven impact.

Topical and Field-Generated Promising Practices:

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