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42 CFR Part 2 Final Rule and Health Center Compliance
A HITEQ Webinar in collaboration with the California Primary Care Association (CPCA)

Resource Topic: HIT/Data
Resource Subtopic: Privacy & Security

Resource Type: Publication

Primary Audience: General Audience

Language: English

Developed by: HITEQ (See other resources developed by this organization.)

Resource Summary: 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.

Accessing your Data
Questions to Consider with your EHR Vendor

Resource Topic: HIT/Data
Resource Subtopic: EHR Selection & Implementation

Resource Type: Publication

Primary Audience: General Audience

Language: English

Developed by: HITEQ (See other resources developed by this organization.)

Resource Summary: This checklist describes the steps health center quality improvement and IT staff can take to ensure they are maximizing the population health management capacity of their current EHR system. It is intended to assist health centers in ensuring they are utilizing the full capabilities of the current system and assessing the need for additional population health management tools. Included are questions around the system itself, report generation, training, and resulting data, as well as considerations before and after you contact your vendor.

An Evaluation of the Cost Efficiency of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and FQHC Look Alikes Operating in Michigan
A Review of Recent Research on Health Center Cost of Care

Resource Topic: HIT/Data
Resource Subtopic: Value Based Payment

Resource Type: Publication

Primary Audience: General Audience

Language: English

Developed by: HITEQ (See other resources developed by this organization.)

Resource Summary: This 2014 Michigan study compared Medicaid utilization of adults served by a health center to those who did not. The study builds on 2006 findings published by McRae et al in 2006 by enhancing the methodology used to attribute a patient to a health center for comparison purposes. The findings align with other studies demonstrating a lower monthly cost per Medicaid member.

Business Intelligence Strategy in the Community Health Environment

Resource Topic: HIT/Data

Resource Type: Publication

Primary Audience: C-Suite (CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, COOs, CMOs, etc)

Language: English

Developed by: National Association of Community Health Centers (See other resources developed by this organization.)

Resource Summary: No annotation provided by the authoring organization.

Business Intelligence Strategy in the Community Health Environment

Resource Topic: HIT/Data

Resource Type: Publication

Primary Audience: Health Center Staff

Language: English

Developed by: National Association of Community Health Centers (See other resources developed by this organization.)

Resource Summary: This publication provides health centers and their primary care association, health controllend networks with guidance for business intelligence strategy.

CHC Adoption Framework for Electronic Patient Engagement
Methods for deploying more personalized care to underserved populations

Resource Topic: HIT/Data
Resource Subtopic: Electronic Patient Engagement

Resource Type: Toolkit

Primary Audience: General Audience

Language: English

Developed by: HITEQ (See other resources developed by this organization.)

Resource Summary: The introduction of electronic personal health records (PHR) systems, and the patient portals used to provide patients access to those records, into the fabric of the U.S. healthcare system provides a major opportunity to encourage positive health management practices, such as chronic disease management and increased care plan adherence, through greater engagement of the patient.

Collecting Data On Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, And Pacific Islanders For Community Health Center Needs Assessments: A Learning Series - Part 1
Social Determinants of Health of Emerging Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islander (AA&NHPI) Populations by States

Resource Topic: HIT/Data
Resource Subtopic: Social Determinants of Health, Special and Vulnerable Populations, Policy and Advocacy, Research and Data

Resource Type: Archived Webinar

Primary Audience: Administrative Staff

Language: English

Developed by: Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (See other resources developed by this organization.)

Resource Summary: This webinar provides a data portrait of the fastest growing AA&NHPI populations by state with profiles of their social determinants of health characteristics. The five states are Arizona, Arkansas, Nevada, North Carolina, and North Dakota. The seven SDOH characteristics mentioned are educational attainment, foreign born, language spoken at home and ability to speak English, employment status, health insurance coverage, poverty level, and household characteristics. Collecting and having disaggregated data is important to better understand the unique barriers faced by AA&NHPIs since they represent more than 50 ethnic groups and over 100 languages. Health centers can use this data to develop more culturally and linguistically appropriate programs to better serve these communities.

Resource Details: This webinar is the first of a three part series of AAPCHO’s Needs Assessment Learning Series focused on data collection and Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (AA&NHPIs). This webinar provides a data portrait of the fastest growing AA&NHPI populations by state with profiles of their social determinants of health characteristics. It is important to understand the areas with the fastest growing rates of AA&NHPIs and their SDOH characteristics in order to bring greater awareness of needed health and culturally and linguistically appropriate services (CLAS).

Collecting Data On Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, And Pacific Islanders For Community Health Center Needs Assessments: A Learning Series - Part 2
Data Resource Training: Using Community Commons to Map & Visualize the Needs of AA&NHPIs For Community Needs Assessments

Resource Topic: HIT/Data
Resource Subtopic: Patient-Centered Health Outcomes, Quality Improvement, Programs and Services, Special and Vulnerable Populations, Policy and Advocacy, Research and Data

Resource Type: Archived Webinar

Primary Audience: Administrative Staff

Language: English

Developed by: Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (See other resources developed by this organization.)

Resource Summary: This webinar introduces the Community Commons resource and how it can serve as a great tool to help health centers collect disaggregated data on Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (AA&NHPIs). It provides a live demonstration of Community Commons’ mapping technology features and their Needs Assessment Toolkit. Speakers demonstrate how these tools can be used to inform a health center’s community health needs assessment and increase knowledge of available data resources. This will help to improve health center capacity to monitor and track the needs of medically underserved areas and populations.

Resource Details: This webinar is the second of a three part series of AAPCHO's Needs Assessment Learning Series focused on data collection and Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (AA&NHPIs). It provides an introduction to the Community Commons resource. Community Commons is a platform that provides public access to thousands of meaningful data layers that allow mapping and reporting capabilities to help users gain a deeper understanding of community assets and opportunities. The team from Community Commons will provide a demonstration of the mapping tools, data layering and visualizations options, as well as an overview of their community health needs assessment toolkit.

Creating a Leadership Team for Successful EHR Implementation
A Resource from the Health Information Technology Research Center (HITRC) and the Doctor’s Office Quality Information Technology University (DOQ-IT University) for The National Learning Consortium (NLC)

Resource Topic: HIT/Data
Resource Subtopic: EHR Selection & Implementation

Resource Type: Publication

Primary Audience: General Audience

Language: English

Developed by: HITEQ (See other resources developed by this organization.)

Resource Summary: This resource is intended to aid providers and health IT implementers in identifying a leadership team for a successful EHR implementation. Selecting the right people for an EHR implementation team is a critical step in a successful implementation. In general, members of the team should be enthusiastic, well-respected and forward thinking. Team members should bring differing perspectives on how the EHR will be used and provide a wide array of skills and knowledge. The size of a practice will determine the size of the implementation team. For smaller practices, one person may be managing several of the areas of responsibility included.

Don't Fall Victim to A Data Breach: Strategies to Protect And Safeguard Person Health Information

Resource Topic: HIT/Data

Resource Type: Publication

Primary Audience: General Audience

Language: English

Developed by: National Association of Community Health Centers (See other resources developed by this organization.)

Resource Summary: No annotation provided by the authoring organization.

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This project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under cooperative agreement number U30CS16089, Technical Assistance to Community and Migrant Health Centers and Homeless, for $6,375,000 with 0 percent of the total NCA project financed with non-federal sources. This information or content and conclusions are those of the author and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsements be inferred by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government.