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The Board's Role in Strategic Planning (2020). Resource Type: Micro-Learning. Description: Strategic planning is the board and management team’s attempt to create the health center’s future, achieve its vision, advance its mission, and exert some influence over an uncertain future. This short module identifies key components of a strategic planning process and discusses the role of the board in strategic planning. More Details...

Public Entity and Co-Applicant Boards: Roles & Responsibilites (2020). Resource Type: Micro-Learning . Description: This short video provides an overview of the roles and responsibilities of public entity co-applicant boards, as well as a discussion of compliance and good governance practices for boards. More Details...

Pharmacy Office Hours: In-House Pharmacy--Yes? No? Maybe? (2020). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This webinar focuses on whether or not an in-house pharmacy makes sense for health centers, particularly in light of the issues surrounding the 340B program. More Details...

Finance Office Hours (11/20/2020): NACHC Strategies for Dealing with COVID (2020). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This office hour focuses on cash flow issues affected by COVID-19. These include cash flow projections, the revenue cycle, and grant funding. More Details...

Workforce Development and Retention of Community Health Workers Project (2020). Resource Type: Publication. Description: There are many benefits to recruiting, hiring, and on-boarding a well-qualified individual for a Community Health Worker position. This report details the experience of Health Centers that have gone through the CHW hiring and recruiting process. It also provides insight on how CHWs have contributed to positive outcomes and success within Health Centers and patients. More Details...

What Health Centers Need to Know about CARES Act Funding:: An Interactive Online Guide to Inform Health Providers on Housing Resources under COVID 19 (2020). Resource Type: Online Self-Paced Learning Modules. Description: The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) passed on March 27, 2020 provides for over $2 trillion dollars in stimulus funding to combat the economic downturn due to the coronavirus pandemic. Information provided in this guide on the CARES Act will focus on resources directed to State, local governments, and community organizations to address the needs of people facing homelessness and at-risk of homelessness. More Details...

Utilizing Cost Data to Drive Programmatic Change (2020). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: As the final webinar of this four-part series, we will review the key take-aways from the first three sessions and apply these concepts to several scenarios in which health centers are seeking to understand their costs in an evolving reimbursement environment.  More Details...

Uniform Data System Analysis of Agricultural Worker Patients & Household Members, 2019 (2020). Resource Type: Publication. Description: A brief visual overview of sociodemographic information about migratory and seasonal agricultural worker patients of Community & Migrant Health Centers. Based on the 2019 Uniform Data System More Details...

Two Sides of the Same Coin: Addressing Social Determinants of Health and Enabling Services Data Collection (2019). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: As health centers are held accountable for cost containment and high quality of care under value-based pay arrangements, it is increasingly important for providers to document the social determinants of health (SDoH) barriers of their patients and what services they are providing (both clinical and non-clinical) in order to properly care for those complex patients. Some of these services are called enabling services (ES), defined as non-clinical services that aim to increase access to care and improve health outcomes. Standardized data collection on SDoH and ES are two sides of the same coin and provide the foundation for health centers to succeed in a value-based pay environment. This not only helps them address root causes of poor health, but also highlights the value of the health center model. More Details...

Turnover Tool Webinar Series (2020). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Is your health center experiencing high turnover? Are you trying to make the case for stronger workforce retention efforts within your organization? Are you struggling to figure out what is contributing to turnover at your organization? If you answered yes to one or all of these questions, then you will want to join ACU’s webinar series focusing on health center workforce turnover.  More Details...

Turnover Calculator Tool (2020). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: Health centers can access this tool on a rolling basis, completing their turnover information from the year prior. Once adequate information has been collected, ACU will be able to aggregate the data on a state, regional and national basis, which can be shared to assist health centers in benchmarking their own data. By completing the tool, health centers will also be able to calculate the total cost of turnover at their organization as well as receive recommendations for mitigating turnover. More Details...

This bilingual tool for Community Health Workers can be printed into a pamphlet that participants can use to track their A1C and other biometric data. (2018). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Community Health Workers & Hypertension and Heart Health Interventions: A Resource for Program Managers and Administrators is a resource for Community Health Worker program managers and administrators. It explains how Community Health Worker-led intervention programs can positively impact patients who have hypertension. About 75 million American adults (1 in every 3) have high blood pressure. Although high blood pressure can be easily detected and can be controlled with lifestyle changes and medication, almost a third of individuals with hypertension don’t know they have it, and only about half have it under control. Due to their close understanding of and trust from the communities they serve, CHWs can be particularly strong champions for patients with hypertension and/or at risk of heart disease. More Details...

The Role of CHWs in Addressing Hypertension (2020). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Community Health Workers (CHWs) are uniquely qualified to support individuals with hypertension. CHW interventions are known to improve health outcomes among individuals diagnosed with hypertension and support at-risk individuals to prevent the development of the condition. The purpose of this guide is to assist health centers and partners in identifying the roles of CHWs in addressing hypertension. More Details...

The Role of CHWs in Addressing Diabetes (2020). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Community Health Worker (CHW) interventions have demonstrated success in improving health outcomes among individuals diagnosed with diabetes. Additionally, CHWs support at-risk individuals to prevent the development of the condition. The purpose of this guide is to assist health centers and partners in identifying the roles of CHWs in addressing diabetes. More Details...

The Health of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders Served at Health Centers 2018 (2019). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This report examines current patient demographics and utilization of health services at health centers serving Asian Americans (AAs) and Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders (NHPIs), and highlights the differences between these centers and the national average of all health centers in the United States. More Details...

Telehealth Office Hours: The Impact of COVID-19 on School Based Operations (2020). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Join us as we hear from the School-Based Health Alliance who will provide background information on the School-Based health center program and COVID-19 impacts on school-based operations. We will also hear directly from a School-based health center on their current operational status! More Details...

Telehealth for Supportive Housing Providers - CSH Three Part Telehealth Series: Guidance for Providers looking to adapt and are considering Billing for themselves (2020). Resource Type: Publication. Description: In the COVID19 environment technology can be used as a complement to face-to-face services, and also as a service on its own. Technology options can be especially useful for people with depression or suffering from distress, and when there are difficulties in physically meeting with tenants. More Details...

Telehealth Basics for Supportive Housing Providers and their Health Center Partners - CSH Three Part Telehealth Series: Guidance for Providers Looking to Support Residents Getting Connected to Telehealth (2020). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The public health emergency related to the COVID-19 pandemic has required the health care sector including Community Health Centers and supportive housing providers to work in new ways to support their service participants (i.e. health center patients who are also supportive housing tenants). This brief considers the basics regarding telehealth for collaborations between health centers and the supportive housing field to consider as they adapt to provide services in a manner that protects both the client and staff. More Details...

Supportive Housing and Health Services for LGBTQIA+ Youth Experiencing Homelessness: Promising Practices (2020). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication addresses health disparities that LGBTQIA+ youth experiencing homelessness face and focuses on ways to increase engagement of LGBTQIA+ youth into health and housing programs. More Details...

Supporting Tenants During COVID-19 Using Technology Based Strategies - CSH Three Part Telehealth Series: Tips for Using Technology to Support Tenants in Supportive Housing Tenants (2020). Resource Type: Publication. Description: In Telehealth, the Technology can be used as a complement to face-to-face services, and also as a service on its own. Technology options can be especially useful for people with depression or suffering from distress, and when there are difficulties in physically meeting with tenants. This guide highlights the steps recommended for establishing your telehealth technology, connecting with residents and compliance with requirements such a HIPAA. More Details...

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