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Spotlight on Capital Resources: New Markets Tax Credit Program Extension (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The third in a series of New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Program resources published by Capital Link, this document focuses on the implications of the five-year NMTC program extension and includes the steps necessary for preparing to utilize NMTCs for a capital project, information on the new “one-day loan” structure constraints, and the feasibility of using a “developer fee” to increase investment. More Details...

Spotlight on Capital Resources: New Markets Tax Credit Program (2012). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Program has helped many community health centers cost-effectively finance their capital projects. This resource explains what the NMTC Program is, how this type of financing works, and provides a detailed example. More Details...

Spotlight on Capital Resources: Community Development Financial Institutions (2014). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication provides an overview of Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) and their role in providing capital to traditionally underserved businesses, including health centers. It describes the CDFI business model and information that community health center management should find useful as they prepare to seek financing from a CDFI. More Details...

Smoke Free Public Housing: Reducing Tobacco Use Among Public Housing Residents (n.a.). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: No annotation provided by the authoring organization. More Details...

Shortage Designation Policy Update (2017). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This webinar recording provides an update on policy developments related to shortage designations under HRSA. More Details...

Shelter-Based Care for Homeless Populations (2018). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This issue explores innovative shelter-based health care programs and highlights best practices and lessons learned for effective collaborations with shelter staff and providing person-centered, trauma-informed health care in a shelter. More Details...

Shelter Health: Opportunities for Health Care for the Homeless Projects (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This issue brief identifies certain health issues that can be particularly affected by shelter conditions, identifies opportunities for health centers to be engaged in local efforts to improve shelter health, and describes environmental health services supported by the federal Health Center Program. More Details...

Serving Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Persons: Establishing and Improving Models of Care for Those without Homes (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Drawing from current literature and interviews conducted with health centers and a social support organization, this guide provides promising practices to consider when establishing or improving upon TGNC health services, including community needs, program structure, and funding. More Details...

Self-Care: Taking Care of Ourselves So We Can Take Care of Others (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This resource offers examples of three innovative approaches that have been successfully implemented by health centers across the country. Each profile includes information on the population assessed, data collection methods, how findings were shared and applied, and lessons learned. Health centers can use this resource to apply proven strategies to the planning and implementation of their own needs assessment. More Details...

Selecting the Right Capital Project Financing: A Guide for Health Center Staff and Boards (2010). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication gives health centers and boards the information they need to determine the best mix of capital financing options for their projects. It includes comprehensive sections on factors that influence health center financing, including debt capacity and lending requirements, as well as sources of equity and debt financing and credit enhancement. More Details...

Security Risk Assessment: A HITEQ Privacy & Security Resource - New Templates Added May 2017 (2017). Resource Type: Template. Description: To successfully attest, providers must conduct a security risk assessment (SRA), implement updates as needed, and correctly identify security deficiencies. By conducting an SRA regularly, providers can identify and document potential threats and vulnerabilities related to data security, and develop a plan of action to mitigate them. More Details...

Section 2703 Health Homes and Health Centers: Providing Care for Chronic Conditions (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This fact sheet provides an update on health home initiatives and PCMH More Details...

SDOH Academy Pilot Resources (n.a.). Resource Type: Online Self-Paced Learning Modules. Description: No annotation provided by the authoring organization. More Details...

Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment in Urban FQHCs (2014). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This webinar describes a randomized clinical trial of a brief intervention (SBIRT) against a 2-6 session intervention of brief treatment in three urban federally qualified healthcare centers (FQHCs), focusing on screening and onsite brief intervention / brief treatment. More Details...

Screening and Interviewing Candidates (2018). Resource Type: Online Self-Paced Learning Modules. Description: In this course, we will walk through the steps of the recruitment processes involving phone screening and interviewing candidates. More Details...

Samples of Job Functions for a Quality Improvement Specialist: Skills and Job Descriptions (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This job description tool provides a position summary for a Quality Improvement Specialist, sample job functions, sample skill requirements, and sample education and experience requirements. This tool is intended to be used like a menu.   This job description tool provides a position summary, sample job functions, sample skill requirements, and sample education and experience requirements. This tool is intended to be used like a menu.  HR staff can share it with supervisors to identify the types of functions a position will be responsible for, and the skills and experience necessary to accomplish the job. The various functions can be used as a menu to pick and choose from different categories to build a job description. More Details...

Samples of Job Functions for a Quality Director: Skills and Job Descriptions (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This job description tool provides a position summary for a Quality Director. This position is responsible for identifying, implementing, monitoring and evaluating the overall clinical and organizational quality at a site, coordinating Joint Commission compliance activities and Information Technology functions. Quality Directors are responsible for collecting and analyzing data to identify improvement opportunities and recommending action plans to address quality concerns. This job description tool provides a position summary for a Quality Director. This position is responsible for identifying, implementing, monitoring and evaluating the overall clinical and organizational quality at a site, coordinating Joint Commission compliance activities and Information Technology functions. Quality Directors are responsible for collecting and analyzing data to identify improvement opportunities and recommending action plans to address quality concerns. This job description tool provides a position summary, sample job functions, sample skill requirements, and sample education and experience requirements. This tool is intended to be used like a menu.  HR staff can share it with supervisors to identify the types of functions a position will be responsible for, and the skills and experience necessary to accomplish the job. The various functions can be used as a menu to pick and choose from different categories to build a job description. More Details...

Samples of Job Functions for a Clinical Informatics Specialist: Skills and Job Descriptions for Health IT Staff (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This job description tool provides a position summary for a Clinical Informatics Specialist. HR staff can share it with supervisors to identify the types of functions a position will be responsible for, and the skills and experience necessary to accomplish the job. The various functions can be used as a menu to pick and choose from different categories to build a job description. This job description tool provides a position summary, sample job functions, sample skill requirements, and sample education and experience requirements. This tool is intended to be used like a menu.  HR staff can share it with supervisors to identify the types of functions a position will be responsible for, and the skills and experience necessary to accomplish the job. The various functions can be used as a menu to pick and choose from different categories to build a job description. This role provides analytic support to follow clinical outcomes for proper disease management and population health management.  Helps develop, implement, and support clinical information systems.  Works across the organization to provide continuous clinical information system support, troubleshooting, and identify improvements. More Details...

Samples of Job Functions for a Clinical Informatics Coordinator: Skills and Job Descriptions for Health IT Staff (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This job description tool provides a position summary for a Clinical Informatics Coordinator. sample job functions, sample skill requirements, and sample education and experience requirements. This role coordinates efforts to follow clinical outcomes for proper disease management and population health management. This job description tool provides a position summary, sample job functions, sample skill requirements, and sample education and experience requirements. This tool is intended to be used like a menu.  HR staff can share it with supervisors to identify the types of functions a position will be responsible for and the skills and experience necessary to accomplish the job. The various functions can be used as a menu to pick and choose from different categories to build a job description. This role coordinates efforts to follow clinical outcomes for proper disease management and population health management. Serves as a liaison between front-line care teams and the Information Technology team to continuously improve the electronic health record and related clinical systems.  Provides data management support and statistical analyses for Health IT projects. Works across the organization to provide continuous clinical information system support, troubleshooting, and identify improvements. More Details...

Sample of a Staff Members' Dashboard for Required Tasks: A 2016 HITEQ Resource (2016). Resource Type: Template. Description: This is an example of a staff member dashboard that is used to ensure effective delivery of assigned tasks.  This dashboard can be used in the onboarding and orientation process to ensure understanding of role expectations, and can be tailored for any direct-care staff member. More Details...

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