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Providing Affirmative Care for Patients with Non-binary Gender Identities (n.a.). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This document includes important terms and definitions, data, three case scenarios, and expert-informed practices, all of which offer suggestions for how any staff member within any health care organization can implement simple changes to improve the experiences of patients with non-binary gender identities. More Details...

Promotores de Salud y su rol en la Prevención y Control de Hipertensión (2017). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: In this webinar participants will be able to identify the Health Resource Services Administration performance measures related to hypertension, describe how to measure hypertension in the body, understand how to encourage patients to control and manage their high blood pressure, and understand the principle barriers faced by patients in the control and management of their high blood pressure. More Details...

Promoting Health Care Access to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Farmworkers (2015). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication, jointly developed with The National LGBTQIA+ Health Education Center, provides an overview of health care challenges faced by LGBT farmworkers and best practices to build trust. More Details...

Promising Practices Report: Community Outreach and Education Efforts of the Metta Health Center Program Within the Lowell Community Health Center (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This report describes the development of a culturally tailored outreach and health education program through the use of radio and public access TV programming by the Metta Health Center Program in Lowell, MA. The health center has been recognized by the Office of Minority health as an exemplar provider of culturally competent care in meeting and exceeding all the standards set forth in the National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) in Health Care. More Details...

Promising Practices for Health Centers Serving Youth Experiencing Homelessness: Profiles in Health and Housing Partnerships Serving Young Adults (2018). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This case study profiles Health Centers engaging and serving youth facing the challenges of homelessness on the street and in community based housing More Details...

Promising Practice: Ohio Hills Dental Program Redesign (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Ohio Hills Health Services is a FQHC in Eastern Ohio. In 2014, Ohio Hills underwent a comprehensive evaluation of its dental program. They were given a dental performance improvement plan. This promising practice outlines their dental program redesign and lessons learned. More Details...

Project Power (n.a.). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: Project Power is designed for boys and girls, ages 8 -16 with multiple risk factors for developing type 2 diabetes. More Details...

Proforma Analysis/Cost Calculator for Postgraduate NP Residency Program (2016). Resource Type: Template. Description: No annotation provided by the authoring organization. More Details...

Professional Organizations and Associations for Health IT/Quality Staff: Resource Listing and Background (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This is a list of professional and industry organizations and associations that can serve as a resource for staff interested in Health IT and quality and for those wanting to become more immersed in the field. Some of these may be appropriate for staff to join. This is a list of professional and industry organizations and associations that can serve as a resource for staff interested in Health IT and quality and for those wanting to become more immersed in the field. Some of these may be appropriate for staff to join. They offer resources such as training, conferences, research, literature, networking, and in some cases, certification. More Details...

Privacy and Security: What You Need to Know (2017). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This is the first webinar in a 2-part series on Privacy and Security. Webinar 1 will focus on everything you need to know as a Health Center regarding Privacy and Security, including information on HIPAA, Privacy Practices, Business Associate Agreements, Policies and Procedures, and more. More Details...

Privacy and Security: How to Prevent a Cyberattack (2017). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This is the second webinar in a 2-part series on Privacy and Security. Webinar 2 will focus on ways you can prevent a cyber-attack on your Health Center. More Details...

Prioritization Matrix: A framework for selecting QI activities or project (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: It is sometimes difficult to know what target metric to focus on when beginning a quality improvement project. A prioritization matrix is a management tool that uses a simple framework to compare multiple options side-by-side using standard criteria. This version includes four criteria and can be adapted for your purposes. What is it and how can it help me? It is sometimes difficult to know where to start when approaching several opportunities to improve care process that emerge from a quality improvement project. A prioritization matrix is a management tool that uses a simple framework to compare multiple options side-by-side using standard criteria.   Download one of the prioritization matrix tools below. One is for selecting a target for a QI Project (e.g., hypertension control, colorectal cancer screening, immunizations, etc.) The other is for selecting among potential improvements identified. These are word documents that you can further edit for your own purposes.   Prioritization Matrix for Selecting Target for QI Project Using the Guide to Improving Care Processes and Outcomes in Health Centers or beginning another QI project, a number of potential targets will be identified (e.g., hypertension control, diabetes control, colorectal cancer screening, no show rate, etc.) List those potential enhancements in the Opportunities to improve target performance column in this matrix. Rate each possible target according to the scale provided. You can also leave a column blank if you don’t find it relevant, just be sure to leave it blank for all options. When rating External requirement consider whether this target metric is related to required reporting, such as UDS, or even more that one reporting requirement? If yes, rate it a 3, otherwise, rate as a 2 for something that is desired or is tangentially related, or a 1 if it is not required for external reporting. When rating Cost consider how substantial the financial investment would be for addressing the target being considered? If the financial investment is relatively low, then rate it a 3. Rate a 2 if a moderate financial investment would be required, and rate a 1 if the activity would require a substantial financial investment, (i.e., the cost is high). When rating Difficulty, you may consider whether you currently have the staff, referral relationships, or other key components that are critical to addressing that target. For example, if you do not have an OB/GYN or someone appropriate to conduct pap tests on staff, and you don’t have an existing referral relationship with a provider who completes pap tests in your community, then targeting cervical cancer screening for improvement would be difficult. When rating Impact, consider how large of an impact addressing the target could have. For example, are there a large number of patients with the condition or in need of the screening? Is current performance particularly low such that a change could result in significant improvement? Once all potential enhancements are listed and ratings are in each column, add all columns together to identify the items that are likely to have the biggest greatest impact with the most efficiency. Those potential enhancements that have the highest score (=external requirement + cost + difficulty + impact) may be the best enhancements to try first.   Prioritization Matrix for Selecting Improvement to Test Using the Guide to Improving Care Processes and Outcomes in Health Centers or beginning another QI project, a number of potential targets will be identified (e.g., hypertension control, diabetes control, colorectal cancer screening, no show rate, etc.) List those potential enhancements in the Opportunities to improve target performance column in this matrix. Rate each possible target according to the scale provided. You can also leave a column blank if you don’t find it relevant, just be sure to leave it blank for all options. When rating External requirement consider whether this target metric is related to required reporting, such as UDS, or even more that one reporting requirement? If yes, rate it a 3, otherwise, rate as a 2 for something that is desired or is tangentially related, or a 1 if it is not required for external reporting. When rating Cost consider how substantial the financial investment would be for addressing the target being considered? If the financial investment is relatively low, then rate it a 3. Rate a 2 if a moderate financial investment would be required, and rate a 1 if the activity would require a substantial financial investment, (i.e., the cost is high). When rating Difficulty, you may consider whether you currently have the staff, referral relationships, or other key components that are critical to addressing that target. For example, if you do not have an OB/GYN or someone appropriate to conduct pap tests on staff, and you don’t have an existing referral relationship with a provider who completes pap tests in your community, then targeting cervical cancer screening for improvement would be difficult. When rating Impact, consider how large of an impact addressing the target could have. For example, are there a large number of patients with the condition or in need of the screening? Is current performance particularly low such that a change could result in significant improvement? Once all potential enhancements are listed and ratings are in each column, add all columns together to identify the items that are likely to have the biggest greatest impact with the most efficiency. Those potential enhancements that have the highest score (=external requirement + cost + difficulty + impact) may be the best enhancements to try first. More Details...

Preventive Care for People Experiencing Homelessness (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This issue of Healing Hands addresses some issues in preventive health care for people experiencing homelessness. Highlights include a list of key screenings that are relevant for populations of people experiencing homelessness and a discussion of the different kinds of programs—including medical respite programs, mobile medical units, and telehealth—that can help expand access to preventive health care services. More Details...

Prevention & Response to Infectious Diseases Within the Homeless Population (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication highlights communicable diseases in the homeless population, addressing challenges in these public health issues and providing resources for preventing and responding to infectious diseases. More Details...

Preparing for Value-Based Care: A Guide for Health Centers (2018). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication serves as a primer on value-based care for community health centers, specifically as a means of treating chronic diseases. More Details...

Preparing for a Capital Project: Are You Ready? (2011). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: This toolkit evaluates health center readiness to begin the capital development process, with the goal of helping health centers avoid the pitfalls that insufficiently planned projects can encounter. It is presented as a series of questions to assess different aspects of pre-planning activities that should be completed before beginning a capital project, along with reasons for the relevance of the questions and advice for next steps. More Details...

Preguntas Sobre Orientación Sexual E Identidad De Género (n.a.). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This tool provides recommended questions for asking patients their sexual orientation and gender identity in electronic health records as well as some key terms and their definitions, all translated into Spanish. More Details...

Predictive Analytics: An Overview for Community Health Centers (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Developed by Capital Link and the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC), this resource provides health centers with a definition of predictive analytics, its history and development, the data and resources needed to predict a patient’s future behavior, and how health centers can begin utilizing it. It also includes specific examples of organizations that have successfully used predictive analytics. More Details...

Population Health Management, Social Determinants of Health and How These Fit: The relationship between population health management and social determinants of health (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This is a 21-slide module presenting an introduction to the concept of and relationship between population health management and social determinants of health beginning with current definitions, a brief history of along with the evolution of the field. This is a 21-slide module presenting an introduction to the concept of and relationship between population health management and social determinants of health beginning with current definitions, a brief history of along with the evolution of the field. A comprehensive model for the relationship among the social determinants of health and outcomes of population health is also included. More Details...

Planning, Implementing and Documenting the Needs of your Target Population (2015). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This webinar will address the process of planning for, and implementing, an assessment of needs for agricultural workers and other special populations. Data from community needs assessment is used by CHCs to inform their strategic planning and modify their service delivery to provide comprehensive access to quality services for their target population(s). Therefore, the community needs assessment merits careful planning. Join us to learn about planning, implementing, and documenting the needs of the target populations you serve. To view the recorded webinar, you will need system requirement: http://www.gotomeeting.com/codec More Details...

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