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2025 NAP Grant Opportunity Available: The HCH Helpdesk Blog (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: In light of the Health Resources and Services Administration’s (HRSA) long anticipated release of the 2025 New Access Point (NAP) grant opportunity, this post will review the Health Center Program, HCH designation, and the National Health Care for the Homeless Council's technical assistance offerings building off a previous HCH Helpdesk blog post and publication "So You Want to Start a Health Care for the Homeless Program." More Details...

Resource: Health Center Stories: San Ysidro Health, CA (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The inclusion of a dedicated Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) facility within San Ysidro Health's Kimball-Highland project addresses the complex needs of seniors and enables them to live independently while accessing the comprehensive care they require. PACE programs can also be very financially sustainable, generating revenue that supports the broader mission of health centers while providing essential care to seniors. To learn more about the Kimball-Highland project and the benefits of PACE programs, please read the full case study here. More Details...

Create a New Tool to Promote LGBTQIA+ Health Access and Equity: Learning Collaborative (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Prepare for Pride Month 2024 by creating a tool to promote LGBTQIA+ health access and equity! Join us for an engaging four-part Learning Collaborative (LC) designed as a workshop to equip health centers and their partners with the knowledge, skills, and tools needed to address health disparities within the LGBTQIA+ community. Facilitated by the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership and the National LGBTQIA+ Health Education Center, participants will first learn about the unique health needs and social barriers faced by LGBTQIA+ individuals. Subsequent sessions will focus on screening techniques, addressing health-related social needs, and collaboratively developing a new tool tailored for Pride Month. The LC concludes with a presentation and implementation plan for the developed tool, empowering participants to improve access to care for LGBTQIA+ individuals and aligning their work with objectives for enhancing health equity. More Details...

Shelter Health: Leveraging Partnerships to Improve Access and Build a Healthier Shelter Environment (2024). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: This toolkit contains resources health centers and shelters may use to improve access to primary care for people experiencing homelessness and identify strategies to create strong partnerships between shelters, health centers and local health departments. More Details...

Environmental Preparedness for Health Centers: HITEQ On the Horizon (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Climate change-induced weather events such as heat waves, poor air quality, and flooding are increasing in frequency and intensity. Health centers are challenged to maintain their own health IT and operations, ensuring continuity of care for their patients, particularly individuals who are more likely to be impacted by climate change-related disasters. More Details...

Cultural Humility: The Tookit (2024). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: This toolkit will provide LGBTQ+ terms, gender identity concepts, cultural beliefs, health disparities, and barriers to accessing behavioral health services, as well as best practices for creating an affirming care experience. This toolkit focuses on the Social Drivers of Health and illustrates how to provide empathetic care to special populations. More Details...

Diabetes Care Management: The Right Way-Part 1 (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This webinar shares how to build a collaborative model where nurse care managers, payer partners, community health workers/providers/patient navigators, or pharmacy staff connect to manage patients with diabetes. The information from this webinar will help health centers build relationships with their patients to have a positive care management and care coordination experience since care management is used to improve patient care, quality, and health outcomes. The Patient-Centered Medical Model sets expectations that healthcare organizations use care management to help patients develop and meet treatment plan goals. More Details...

Advancing Health Equity for Patients Impacted by the Criminal Justice System: MLP in Action Webinar Series - Part 6 (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This session discuss opportunities and effective strategies for utilizing MLP to address the unique health and social needs of individuals involved in the criminal justice system. More Details...

Foundational Strategies for Emergency Preparedness within Health Centers Webinar (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This webinar explores key strategies for emergency preparedness and addressing environmental impacts on health within health centers. Expert faculty will guide participants in understanding the purpose of implementing an emergency preparedness plan and provide foundational knowledge on best practices for preparing for emergencies and environmental impacts on health. Participants will leave with increased confidence in beginning the development of an Emergency Preparedness Committee and Plan, ensuring patient safety during natural or man-made disruptions. More Details...

Improving Patient Safety in Health Centers Using Technology-Driven PDSA Methods Learning Collaborative: Session 4: Office Hours (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: I this Learning Collaborative, speakers will provide examples of ensuring Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) cycles have staff accountable and responsible for the PDSAs. Also, the session speakers will explain how teams can use technology to capture patient safety data for PDSAs. The participants will share their progress, challenges, and best practices during the learning collaborative sessions. More Details...

Empowering Change: Innovating and Scaling for a Healthier Tomorrow in the Face of Emerging Social Determinants of Health (SDOH): The SDOH Academy National Webinar Series (2023-2024) - Part 4 (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This session explored innovative strategies to advance population health and health equity through the power of community partnerships and transformative system delivery. Speakers highlighted unique SDOH challenges faced by special and vulnerable populations and the impact on their access to care and health disparities. Additionally, the webinar showcased strategies and best practices for building and sustaining effective community SDOH partnerships between healthcare systems and local communities. More Details...

Learning Collaborative: Improving Patient Safety in Health Centers Using Technology-Driven PDSA Methods: Session 3: Tools for Implementing the Path to Improving Patient Safety (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: The purpose of this third session of the Learning Collaborative is to enhance health center staff proficiency in employing technology-driven Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) cycles to implement patient safety improvements systematically and efficiently. More Details...

Learning Collaborative: Improving Patient Safety in Health Centers Using Technology-Driven PDSA Methods: Session 2: Technology to Monitor Improvements in Patient Safety | Patient-Centered AIM Statements and SMART Goals (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: The purpose of this session is to review the importance of establishing AIM statements and the influence of the electronic health record in quality improvement. More Details...

Key Patient Safety Concepts For Health Center Performance Improvement Goals (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication provides a practical overview of how organization can provide a culture of safety and how that lends to improvement of patient safety. It focuses on health center staff members\' roles and responsibilities; national organizations with patient safety definitions, guidance, and requirements; regulatory expectations to consider-including in health center patient safety programs, and success measures. More Details...

Learning Collaborative: Improving Patient Safety in Health Centers Using Technology-Driven PDSA Methods: Session 1: FOCUS on Using Data to Prioritize Patient Safety Improvements (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This is the first session of a four-part series, which will discuss improving patient safety in health centers using technology-driven Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) methods. This session will FOCUS on using data to prioritize patient safety improvements through identifying technologies that capture measures related to patient safety, prioritizing improvement efforts using FOCUS, and using a prioritization tool to select a PDSA project. More Details...

Learning Collaborative: Introduction to Improving Patient Safety: Session 4: Using Peer Review and Competency Assessments to Improve Patient Safety (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: The Renaye James Healthcare Advisors’ Learning Collaborative will cover various aspects of safe patient care, including safety measure/metric identification, data collection, leadership commitment, facility requirements, regulatory requirements, external collaborations, and governance involvement. The content will reinforce how focusing on patient safety by all departments and staff positively impacts patients and the organization. Participants will identify a hypothetical patient safety event that could occur at their health center and will be asked to draft a plan for investigation and response. More Details...

Suicide Prevention Strategies for LGBTQ+ Communities White Paper (2023). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The stunningly disproportionate rate of self-induced deaths among LGBTQ+ individuals is an ongoing emergency. LGBTQ+ Care clinicians and other health care workers serve sexual and gender minority (LGBTQ+) people every day, but adequate preparation about supporting these populations is rarely offered in professional training. This publication highlights some of the pressures that lead sexual and gender minority people to suicide, what factors elevate or lower self-harm risk, and interventions to help LGBTQ+ people build resilience in a hostile world. This publication is in partnership with the Center for LGBTQ Health Equity at Chase Brexton Health Care. More Details...

Learning Collaborative: Introduction to Patient Safety: Session 3: Supporting Patient Safety with Huddles, Reporting, and Surveillance (2023). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: The Renaye James Healthcare Advisors’ Learning Collaborative will cover various aspects of safe patient care, including safety measure/metric identification, data collection, leadership commitment, facility requirements, regulatory requirements, external collaborations, and governance involvement. Federal, state, local regulations, and accrediting organizations require the delivery of safe medical care for patients, staff, and visitors. These sessions will also illustrate how the Board of Directors promotes a culture that prioritizes safety and includes safety metrics in its strategic oversight. Participants will identify a hypothetical patient safety event that could occur at their health center and will be asked to draft a plan for investigation and response. More Details...

Fostering a Healthcare Workforce for Today's Social Health Challenges: The SDOH Academy National Webinar Series (Part 2) (2023). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: In an era of rapidly evolving healthcare landscapes, the role of the healthcare workforce has never been more critical. As we grapple with a multitude of social health challenges, from addressing health disparities and mental health issues to responding to global pandemics and the ever-increasing demands on healthcare services, it's essential to foster a workforce that is not only capable but also adaptable. The session focused on the key strategies and best practices for developing and nurturing a healthcare workforce that can effectively meet the demands of today's social health challenges. More Details...

Increasing Access to Comprehensive Care: The Crucial Role of the Community Health Worker (2023). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Join us as we explore the crucial role of Community Health Workers (CHWs) and peer navigators within the clinical care team, exploring their impact on increasing access to comprehensive care. Explore case studies, reimbursement models, and the vital contributions of CHWs in improving patient outcomes from addressing social determinants of health and basic needs to fostering patient engagement. Participants will leave with knowledge on enhancing patient care strategies through CHWs and contributing to a skilled, inclusive healthcare workforce. More Details...

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