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Clinical Promotor(a) Job Description (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The Clinical Community Health Worker/Promotor(a) is a part of an interdisciplinary clinical care team at a health center. They can perform a variety of essential functions like actively identify individuals at high risk for chronic disease, lead group health education sessions, provide navigation services and reduce stigma and barriers to health care. The integration of the Clinical CHW/Promotor(a) to this team is key to the success of the health center in providing quality clinical care by serving as a bridge between the community and the health care setting. More Details...

Clinical Performance Measures Educational Tools (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: ​Health centers are required to adhere to specific clinical performance measures. Sometimes it is hard for a patient to understand why they are being asked so many questions during their office visit. NCFH has created a set of tools to educate patients on what health centers mean by quality health care. More Details...

Clinical Performance Measures Educational Tool - Digital Story (2016). Resource Type: Video. Description: This digital story is a great resource for use by outreach staff to inform the community about the unique features of a Patient Centered Health Home. Through this video, and through the story of Mr. Mendoza, patients learn what they might experience in a health home before, during, and after a visit. More Details...

CLAS Standards and Enabling Services in Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islander Serving Health Centers (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This report describes the culturally and linguistically appropriate standards (CLAS) and enabling services (ES) provided by staff at Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AA&NHPI)-serving health centers. It details the ES staffing required to provide these services and how they impact health outcomes. The provision of enabling services ensures that medically underserved patients receive care that meets and exceeds the criteria set forth by the National Standard for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services in Health Care. More Details...

Civil Legal Aid 101 for Health Care (2016). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: This new tool provides an overview of the composition, role, limitations, and impact of civil legal aid for health care partners. There is also an accompanying messaging guide to help HRSA-funded health centers understand medical-legal partnership. More Details...

Checklist: Sustainable Community Health Center Renovations (2010). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Developed by a team assembled by Perkins+Will, this document provides a checklist of sustainable building and renovation practices. More Details...

CHC Adoption Framework for Electronic Patient Engagement: Methods for deploying more personalized care to underserved populations (2017). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: 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. More Details...

Cervical Cancer Screening: The Pap Test Digital Story (2015). Resource Type: Patient Material. Description: Do you need to explain to patients what happens during a Pap test? Our new digital story La Prueba Pap / The Pap Test educates the audience about the Pap test and the benefits of having it done. It helps the viewer understand what happens during a Pap test. Narrated in Spanish with English subtitles, this health education resource can be used by outreach staff and health educators, or for viewing at health centers. More Details...

Centering 101: Transforming Care With Group Visits (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: As health centers continue to seek and identify innovative strategies to engage in value-based care, some have found great success in hosting and organizing group visits through a practice known as Centering. This evidence-based model includes elements of health education and community building, led by providers, with success in improving health outcomes. Traditional models focus on pregnancy and parenting, and new and emerging models help patients manage chronic conditions such as diabetes. Join staff from NACHC, the Centering Healthcare Institute, the Texas Association of Community Health Centers, and CCI Health & Wellness in Silver Spring, MD as they discuss the basics of the Centering model. Learn how Centering can contribute to improved health outcomes and the value of the program as health centers continue to be key players in payment and delivery reform. More Details...

Catalog of Community Health Needs Assessment Tools and Resources (2015). Resource Type: Publication. Description: No annotation provided by the authoring organization. More Details...

Caring for LGBT Older Adults (n.a.). Resource Type: Online Self-Paced Learning Modules. Description: This module aims to bring recognition to the presence of LGBT elders (age 65+), a group which is often overlooked. The module illustrates the unique medical, psychological, and social service needs of LGBT older adults, and gives recommendations for how clinicians can adequately address the needs of this group. More Details...

Care Model Toolkit (n.a.). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: No annotation provided by the authoring organization. More Details...

Capital Project Work Plan (2007). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: The goal of this toolkit is for health centers to identify necessary steps in the capital development process that specifically address their individual capital projects. This document keeps management, the project team and the board of directors informed about the project. More Details...

Capital Plans and Needs of Health Centers: A National Perspective 2015 (2015). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This report is based on a 2015 assessment conducted to determine the capital plans and needs of health centers across the US. The assessment also gathered information on funding sources and interest in collaborative projects addressing the social determinants of health. More Details...

Capital Expansion for Health and Housing Partnerships: Introductory Webinar for Health Centers Exploring Capital Expansion (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Health center partnerships that are addressing SDOH include design and development of expanded facilities to include housing for health center clients and to address general gaps for affordable housing in the community. More Details...

Calories, Cavities, and Kids: The Role of Dental Professionals in Addressing Childhood Obesity (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description:  The webinar addresses the role of dental professionals in addressing childhood obesity More Details...

Business Intelligence Strategy in the Community Health Environment (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: No annotation provided by the authoring organization. More Details...

Business Intelligence Strategy in the Community Health Environment (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication provides health centers and their primary care association, health controlled networks with guidance for business intelligence strategy. More Details...

Business Intelligence Interoperability with Payers (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: n.a. More Details...

Business Intelligence and Disruptive Technology (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Part two of this webinar series will focus on telehealth and other alternative ways to engage patients, such as community health workers and integrated care managers. Health centers have a tremendous opportunity to leverage the relationship and trust built with their patients. Large corporations like Amazon, Apple, CVS Caremark, and others appear to have an increased interest in the health care market and may focus on the safety net population. Considering the amount of access they all have to our patients through purchase patterns, prescriptions, and in some cases, care delivery, this paradigm shift may come sooner than we think.Register today to hear how some CHCs have been using Telehealth to expand their reach into the living rooms of their patients. More Details...

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