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NNOHA Operations Manual: Workforce Chapter V2 (2020).
This chapter provides helpful tools and resources for tackling the issues related to workforce in Health Center oral health programs. Topics include recruitment and retention of dental team members, staffing ratios, and strategies to decrease burnout.
HITEQ Highlights: Shared Care Planning Optimization Using the EHR (2020).
The HITEQ Center, in collaboration with the National Council for Behavioral Health, hosted a webinar on Shared Care Planning Optimization Using the EHR. The webinar provided an overview on the importance of shared care planning and how we can better optimize the electronic health record to make it the most successful and inclusive of the team. Components of shared care planning and different tools that will help with the creation and accessibility of shared care plans were discussed.
Social Determinants of Health for LGBTQIA+ People Part 2 (2020).
In this second installment focused on social determinants of health for LGBTQIA+ people, Adrianna Boulin, the Community Outreach & Engagement Manager for Fenway Health discusses how community-based resources can help to mitigate the effects of stigma and marginalization for sexual and gender minority people. This webinar compliments Part 1 by providing actionable solutions to many of the inequities faced by LGBTQIA+ people.
Improving Behavioral Health Screening & Access to Treatment for Veterans in Community Care (2020).
This toolkit describes a partnership between the Iowa Primary Care Association (Iowa PCA), Community Health Centers of Southeastern Iowa (CHC/SEIA), and the VA Office of Rural Health (ORH) Veterans Rural Health Resource Center-Iowa City (VRHRC-IC). These partners came together with the goal of establishing mechanisms to ensure veterans seeking care at all CHC/SEIA locations could be systematically identified, screened for behavioral health issues, and engaged in healthcare guided by their choice to remain in the community or engage in a VA care setting.
Community Information Exchange: Using Data to Coordinate Care for People Experiencing Homelessness: Addressing COVID-19 and Beyond
As health centers continue to build innovative models to serve people experiencing homelessness, partnerships to address the social determinants of health become more crucial. A major challenge organizations face in building and sustaining these partnerships is communication and sharing relevant information to ensure coordinated care. Community Information Exchanges (CIE) build on the work the health care system has done to set up Health Information Exchanges and takes the next step towards integrating data with other service organizations.
This publication highlights what CIEs are, how they can be used, and how this could be beneficial during health care crises like COVID-19.
Developing Cross-Sector Partnerships (2020).
This guide provides health center staff with tools and strategies to initiate, develop, and sustain community partnerships to better serve older adult residents of public housing. Content of this publication was developed through a 4-session learning collaborative launched by the SDOH academy with a small cohort of HRSA-funded health centers, HCCNs, and PCAs.
Complex Care Health Settings and Medical-Legal Partnerships (2019).
This fact sheet describes five complex care settings that have integrated medical-legal partnership services into care delivery to tackle SDOH. It also features data on the ways these partnerships have demonstrated initial success in improving both physical and mental health conditions as well as stabilizing income and housing for patients with complex conditions while also curbing costly overuse of health care services by addressing the root causes of patients’ problems.
General & Basic Operations for Clinical Leaders (eLearning) (2019).
This eLearning module discusses the importance of general and basic operations as part of a clinical leader's core competency development, and demonstrates examples of useful resources and activities a clinical leader can use to enhance their ability to:demonstrate the ability to work fluidly with governmental units and other funding sources that support health centers; demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the unique dynamics of the health center model; leverage marketing opportunities and social media to continuously enhance the health center's image within the community and among external constituencies; continuously build knowledge and expertise through industry networks; effectively assist or provide oversight in Uniform Data System (UDS) report completion; demonstrate effective leadership qualities; actively guide the clinical team toward patient self-management and true patient-centered,integrated care, wellness and health promotion; and demonstrate advanced proficiency in office technologies