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These resources highlight innovative practices that health centers have adopted, resulting in improved operational performance and outcomes in areas like HIT/Data, quality improvement, practice transformation, workforce, addressing social determinants of health, and more. These promising practices are drawn from the Clearinghouse database.

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Addressing Childhood Obesity in Health Centers: Promising Practices and Lessons Learned: January 2019 (2019). Resource Type: Publication. Resource Topic: HIT/Data, Promising Practice, Quality Improvement, Social Determinants of Health.
Resource Subtopic: childhood obesity. Developed by: HITEQ (See other resources developed by this organization.) More Details...

Addressing Nail Salon Workers' Health and Safety for Community Health Centers: Addressing Nail Salon Worker Safety Through Community Centers (2015). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Resource Topic: Emerging Issues, Promising Practice.
Resource Subtopic: Special and Vulnerable Populations, Clinical Issues, Social Determinants of Health, Patient-Centered Health Outcomes, Research and Data. Developed by: Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (See other resources developed by this organization.) More Details...

Benefits of Oral HIV Testing in the Dental Chair (2011). Resource Type: Publication. Resource Topic: Clinical Issues, Promising Practice.
Resource Subtopic: Oral Health, HIV/AIDS, Screening. Developed by: National Network for Oral Health Access (See other resources developed by this organization.) More Details...

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