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Health Center Safety and Man-Made Threats Resource Packet: Targeted Resources on Health Center Security, Population-Specific Safety Topics, and Cybersecurity (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This BPHCurates packet provides resources describing mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery strategies for navigating man-made threats directed towards health centers, their staff, and patients. The man-made threats included in this packet are specifically related to health center security, population-specific safety concerns, and cybersecurity. More Details...

Health Center Emergency Preparedness for Survivors of IPV + Exploitation: Multidisciplinary Collaborations to Address Legal Needs: MLP in Action Webinar Series (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This webinar will help the audience increase their understanding of the types of legal issues patients encounter during individual and larger emergencies, become more comfortable and confident with screening patients for legal needs, and feel more equipped to share information on domestic violence resources. Attention will be placed on community-based collaborative models that facilitate coordinated care and better outcomes for survivors and their communities. More Details...

Emergency Preparedness/Emergency Management Requirements: A Crosswalk of The Joint Commission (TJC) and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Standards for Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) (2023). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This technical assistance document intends to support health center staff in their understanding of emergency management standards, requirements and elements of performance associated with The Joint Commission (TJC) and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). This document compares TJC and CMS standards and requirements that directly pertain to health centers, reflecting emergency standards as of July 2022. More Details...

The Impact of Public Health Emergencies on Community Mental Health: Preparation and Response: NCHPH Webinar (2023). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: The burden of preparation and response to Public Health Emergencies is expected to be a prominent aspect of health center operations for the foreseeable future. More Details...

Acting on Climate Change for a Healthier Future: The role of Health Centers: NCHPH Webinar (2023). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: The health community recognizes the climate crisis as an existential threat to humanity and human health, requiring immediate and effective action across all sectors. Health centers are the first point of contact intended to provide comprehensive and coordinated health services and contribute to both climate change adaptation and mitigation via preventive health measures and integrated health services. More Details...

Obtaining FEMA Funding for Damaged or Destroyed Facilities (2023). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This resource, developed with support from HRSA, serves as a guide for health centers in navigating the process of obtaining Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) disaster aid for repairing or replacing buildings and equipment. (Updated in 2023) More Details...

Strategies for Emergency Management of Chronic Conditions Among Agricultural Workers (2023). Resource Type: Publication. Description: People living with chronic conditions, and especially Migratory and Seasonal Agricultural Workers (MSAWs), can encounter particular threats to their health during an emergency event. NCFH has developed a resource to assist health center staff, clinical coordinators, and emergency managers with tools to assist MSAW chronic care patients, so that the worst outcomes of these events can be avoided. This checklist includes risk factors for chronic care patients during an emergency, action items to help patients prepare, and disease-specific recommendations for diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and chronic kidney disease. This resource also includes some additional outreach and communication strategies to reach MSAWs with chronic conditions during emergencies. More Details...

Assessing Provider Capabilities, Attitudes, and Preferences about Telehealth: HITEQ Center Question Bank, April 2023 (2023). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: As health centers are charting their path forward with telehealth after the public health emergency ends, it will be critical to have methods in place to comprehensively assess the current experiences, capabilities, attitudes, and preferences of providers. Telehealth program improvements should be grounded in a real understanding of these factors to ensure readiness of all providers. More Details...

HITEQ Highlights: The Federal Telehealth Policy Landscape After the PHE: What's Staying (For Now) and What's Going: HITEQ Highlights Webinar (2023). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Worried about what the end of the Public Health Emergency Act will mean for your telehealth services? This session covered what the status of the various temporary federal telehealth policies will be once the COVID-19 public health emergency (PHE) ended on May 11, 2023. As health services have increasingly been provided through virtual care, one important policy discussed was the proposed rules that impact the prescribing of controlled substances using telehealth. More Details...

Diabetes Continuum of Care: Improving Emergency Preparedness for Diabetes Management: NCHPH Learning Collaborative (2023). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Natural disasters, disease outbreaks, and other emergencies can happen at any moment. Managing diabetes can be difficult during these events because they may cause widespread and long-lasting impacts on supplies, and health services. More Details...

A How-To Guide: An Overview of the 2021 National Health Center Training and Technical Assistance Needs Assessment Development, Fielding and Analysis: A collaborative project of the 21 National Training and Technical Assistance Partners (NTTAPs) (2023). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: This "how-to" guide summarizes the operational phases (development, design, fielding, data collection, analysis, application of findings) of the 2021 National Health Center Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) Needs Assessment. The Assessment is a collaborative project of the 21 National Training and Technical Assistance Partners (NTTAPs) funded by HRSA to provide TTA to health centers across the country. More Details...

Safety and Security Series: The Basics (2023). Resource Type: E-Learning. Description: Safety and security are primary issues for both patients and staff of health care for the homeless health centers. It is important for health center staff to understand foundational factors to consider and discuss in order to increase their own personal safety and support the safety and security of their team members and patients. More Details...

Safety and Security Series: Organizational Culture of Safety (2023). Resource Type: E-Learning. Description: This introductory course provides an overview of organizational safety in health care for the homeless (HCH) health centers. The course will define organizational safety and provide an overview of the four components of an organizational culture of safety: leadership, policies and procedures, communication, and staff supports. This course is intended for all staffing levels within HCH health centers and will include information on how everyone can play a role in developing and maintaining a culture of safety. More Details...

Safety and Security Series: How and When to Call 911 (2023). Resource Type: E-Learning. Description: Prepare for an emergency situation by learning when and how to call 911 from a health center. Explore training and planning strategies that equip health centers for crisis situations. Consider how partnerships can contribute to community safety. Learn to identify and appropriately respond to each type of emergency. Prepare to act in the event of an emergency. Consider the events and scenarios that require urgent response and whether a call to 911 is appropriate. More Details...

Safety and Security Series: Conflict Resolution (2023). Resource Type: E-Learning. Description: Conflict is a normal part of life and relationship, but conflict can cause patients and staff to feel vulnerable, threatened, and out of control. How we feel about conflict and how we seek to resolve conflict can have an enormous impact on our ability to engage patients in crisis as well as our co-workers and team members. Discover principles of conflict resolution that can equip staff to discuss and problem solve disagreement in a functional, healthy manner. More Details...

All Hazards Emergency Preparedness and Response Competencies for Health Center Staff (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The National Nurse-Led Care Consortium (NNCC) and the Community Health Care Association of New York State (CHCANYS) have developed a set of competencies to improve the emergency and disaster preparedness of all health center staff. This publication provides a comprehensive overview of these competencies and sub-competencies, as well as a description of how they were developed. More Details...

Understanding the Current Social Needs of Health Center Patients (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: NCMLP kicked off its annual Health Center Medical-Legal Partnership (MLP) Webinar Series on September 20, 2022. This webinar series, based on the Health Center Toolkit, is designed to provide T/TA for the health center field on the core components of MLP and the advanced application of medical-legal partnership planning, implementation and growth. After almost two and a half years of adjusting services and operations to meet the evolving needs of low-income populations during the ongoing public health emergency, panelists and attendees strengthened their foundational knowledge and understanding of the data on current and emerging social needs for health center patient populations. Attendees heard from the following subject matter experts: • Brad Corallo, KFF • Rosy Weir, AAPCHO • Albert Ayson, Jr., AAPCHO More Details...

Understanding the Current Social Needs of Health Center Patients (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: NCMLP kicked off its annual Health Center Medical-Legal Partnership (MLP) Webinar Series on September 20, 2022. This webinar series, based on the Health Center Toolkit, is designed to provide T/TA for the health center field on the core components of MLP and the advanced application of medical-legal partnership planning, implementation and growth. More Details...

Active Shooter and Active Threat Response for Healthcare (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: The webinar discusses active shooter and active threat definition and profiles, background statistics, key response and recovery considerations, and preparedness resources. More Details...

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