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Burnout Bundle (2017). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: Health providers facing overwork or increased or prolonged stress due to aspects of their work environment and daily tasks may physically or mentally deteriorate and provide inadequate care for their patients. This Content Bundle is housed in the STAR² Center Resource Center and contains articles, websites, multimedia content, and tools related to physician burnout More Details...

Building Resources to Support Civil Legal Aid Access in HRSA-Funded Health Centers (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This issue brief describes how health centers used supplemental funding to anchor MLP services as part of enabling services activities. It shares the experiences of health centers from Hawai’i to New Hampshire that received expanded services awards from HRSA and used them for legal-related enabling services, and extrapolates lessons for other health centers about the impact of collaborations between health centers and civil legal aid services and how to leverage funding opportunities for fostering medical-legal partnerships. More Details...

Building Effective Managed Health Care Networks:: Focus on the Accountable Care Organization Model in Tri County Oregon (2015). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This webinar presents details on the types of existing health insurance networks, and how they play a role in improving health outcomes for special and vulnerable populations. The Accountable Care Organization network in Oregon is featured on this webinar. More Details...

Building Data Teams and Skills: Maximizing Data Literacy and Data Governance for a Data Driven Culture: A compendium of references and tools, created in October 2018 (2018). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This compendium of references and tools is intended to support Quality Improvement efforts and to build skills across health center staff, in particular those who may be tasked with leading data literacy and data governance activities or are new to the health center world.  More Details...

Building Community Support for Your Health Center (2012). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication offers insights about how to develop strong relationships with community leaders and stakeholders, which is essential for achieving your health center’s mission and important to understand before embarking on expansion plans. It helps health centers and PCAs to assess community impact, develop an outreach plan, and create effective and memorable informational materials. More Details...

Bright Futures (n.a.). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: Bright Futures a health promotion and prevention program that provides evidence-informed guidelines and resources for child screening and prevention activities in primary care, home visiting, child care, school-based health clinic, and other settings More Details...

Brief Report: ROI Analysis of CHW Programs (2020). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Despite mounting evidence of the positive impacts CHW programs can have, there is currently a lack of data relating these services to financial outcomes. One possible method to further evaluate and understand these programs’ economic impact is “Return on Investment” (ROI) analysis, which calculates the total benefit derived from each dollar invested in a program. While this type of analysis is rarely performed on CHW interventions, it has the potential to justify their value to a variety of stakeholders. More Details...

Breach Protection Overview Presentation for Health Centers: A HITEQ Privacy & Security Resource (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Data breaches in healthcare are consistently high in terms of volume, frequency, impact, and cost. High-level breaches are increasingly occurring in a more targeted manner toward health centers. This presentation provides Health Center leadership and trainers with a template to use to build out their own organization-specific presentation on breach. Data breaches in healthcare are consistently high in terms of volume, frequency, impact, and cost. High-level breaches are increasingly occurring in a more targeted manner toward health centers. This presentation provides Health Center leadership and trainers with a template to use to build out their own organization-specific presentation on breach. This presentation template covers the following agenda: Quick Start Healthcare Privacy & Security Healthcare Privacy & Security Policies and Legislation Implications for Breach Management and Mitigation Strategies Questions and discussion More Details...

Board Succession Planning (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This webinar will discuss the key components of effective board member recruitment and succession. A recently published case study featuring the experience of Cherry Health, a community health center in Michigan, will be highlighted. More Details...

Board Self Evaluation (2018). Resource Type: template. Description: Governance is an essential component of the health center program. In order to be an effective board member, it is vital to understand board members’ roles and responsibilities and the HRSA expectations of C/MHC board of directors. These templates were developed by NCFH to help board members with strategic thinking and planning within the context of the environment that the health center operates, as well as pursuing its mission, goals and operating plan. More Details...

BMI and Online Adolescent Self-Management (n.a.). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: The American Academy of Pediatrics and Bright Futures recommend screening adolescents annually for risks that can result in a negative impact on their life and health. Presenters share a quick and effective method to screen students for BMI and other health issues. They demonstrate an online tool–developed by The Marshall University West Virginia School-Health Technical Assistance Center–that can help you utilize UDS and CHIPRA measures for BMI, support your quality improvement efforts, and engage adolescents to begin the process of self-management toward a healthier lifestyle. More Details...

Blood Pressure Digital Story : La Presión Arterial Alta - High Blood Pressure (2017). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: This digital story, narrated in Spanish with English subtitles, educates the viewers about living with and managing high blood pressure. In the story, we follow Roberto, a 46-year-old man, who shares his account of managing his high blood pressure, the challenges he faces, and tips on how to succeed. The video is a great educational resource for community health workers, clinicians, and other health care professionals. More Details...

Bilingual Patient Education (1999). Resource Type: Patient Material. Description: This low literacy, bilingual one page handouts developed for use as a patient education tool supplement in health centers. Topics are: Teens can say no to sex, Planning your Family, Rules for Health Eating, High Blood Pressure, Skin Emergencies, Work Injuries, Heat Illness, Alcohol and Children, Diabetes, Care of Teeth, and Tips to Reduce Stress. More Details...

Best Practices in Capital Planning and Financing (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Capital projects are complicated for most health centers, but become more manageable when following a methodical process. This session with provide an overview of Capital Link's new resource Steps to Success: A Toolkit for Navigating a Capital Development Venture, a guideline of the steps involved in planning a capital project. We will also review resources available for each step of the planning process, and financing options for health centers, including New Markets Tax Credits. More Details...

Best Practice Services in Supportive Housing for Health Centers: Webinar highlights service collaboration in Supportive Housing for health centers, hospitals and other health partners (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This webinar highlights effective service coordination models for health and housing partners to address the complex needs of currently homeless and formerly homeless populations More Details...

Benefits and Tools for Onboarding and Orientation of New Staff Members: Guidance and Methods for Health Centers (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This document outlines the ways in which effective onboarding and orientation methods will result in shorter learning curves, improved job satisfaction, and improved retention.  This document outlines the ways in which effective onboarding and orientation methods will result in shorter learning curves, improved job satisfaction, and improved retention. It then provides explicit direction for how to organize an effective process, complete with checklists for supervisors to use to plan the process, and surveys for the employee to fill out immediately following the orientation and then again 2-4 months afterwards. More Details...

Behavioral Interviewing (2016). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This webinar was held on Tuesday, January 12, 2016. Speaker Ann Hogan focused on: What is a Behavioral Interviewing question? Why is it important you include Behavioral based questions in your interview process? How to ask Behavioral based questions Strategies to use to make sure the candidate has answered your question Review of Employment Laws that affect the hiring process More Details...

Becoming a Leader in Migrant Health (2014). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: This training toolkit was developed by NCFH to increase the recruitment, orientation and successful integration of agricultural workers and other health center consumers into health center boards. It is designed to help health centers build capacity among patients and community members to for board membership. This unique resource also includes a leadership development component based on the needs of agricultural workers and other special populations. The toolkit includes all content, instructions and materials needed to be able to conduct this training in your community. More Details...

Assessment and Treatment of People with Asthma Who Are Experiencing Homelessness: Adapting Your Practice (2018). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Part of the NHCHC's Adapted Clinical Guidelines series, this edition promotes continued improvement in the quality of asthma care provided to adults and children whose lack of financial and social resources complicate the treatment and self-management of their chronic disease. More Details...

Assessing the Value of Health Information Exchange (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This issue brief provides an overview of the value of health information exchange, including determining ROI, categories of HIE benefits, and sources for additional information. Assessing the value of health information exchange (HIE) is important to health centers to support the case for using HIE and for increasing the use of HIE. HIE value can be financial value (cost savings, increased revenue) and clinical value (improved clinical processes and outcomes such as greater utilization of preventive care and fewer hospital readmissions). The value of HIE may not be the same across health centers, and some benefits may take longer to accrue than others. This document provides information to help health centers evaluate their return on the investment (ROI) in HIE — a measure of the efficiency of an investment. More Details...

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