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Partnering for the COVID Vaccine: Lessons from the Flu-LEAD Project (2021). The National Nurse-Led Care Consortium, the National Center for Health in Public Housing, and subject matter experts from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development hosted a webinar about leveraging health center and housing authority partnerships for COVID vaccine distribution. More Details...

Military Lessons Drive Covid-19 Vaccine Plan at Philadelphia Health Center (2021). Retired Major Dr. Robert Heininger was responsible for health policies on his military base in Georgia and is now applying what he learned to operation of five Federally Qualified Health Centers, specifically around administration of COVID-19 vaccines. More Details...

Considerations for Serving Residents of Public Housing During Emergencies and Disasters: Staff and Patient Wellness (2020). Join the National Nurse-Led Care Consortium and the National Center for Health in Public Housing for a one-hour webinar on staff and patient wellness during emergencies and disasters. This webinar will provide health center with guidance for developing tools and resources that enable health center staff and the patients they serve to navigate the practical and psychological after-effects of disaster events. 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). 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...

Integrating Oral Health into Prenatal and Pediatric Care — Promising Practice (2020). This promising practice shares how Albany Area Primary Health Care in Georgia implemented a medical and dental integration program in their OBGYN and pediatric clinic. More Details...

Advance Care Planning During COVID-19 (2020). This town hall conversation explores the legal, policy, operational, and capacity issues related to advance care planning. More Details...

Enabling Services Data Collection: Documenting Health Center Interventions In A Value-Based Payment Environment (2020). In collaboration with Health Outreach Partners (HOP), AAPCHO promoted the importance of documenting social determinants of health (SDoH) interventions to demonstrate the value and scope of health center enabling services (ES). AAPCHO and HOP was joined by the Community Health Care Association of New York State (CHCANYS) to highlight how state, regional, and national partners can leverage SDoH and ES data for Value-Based Payment (VBP). More Details...

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. More Details...

Approaches for Establishing a PCMH for Mobile Patients (2017). The Streamline newsletter article discusses HIV illness among others as an appropriate use of Health Network. More Details...

The Role of Enabling Services in Patient-Centered Medical Homes (2010). This fact sheet highlights enabling services (ES) as a critical factor that should be included in the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model. It describes the important role health centers play in the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AA&NHPI) community and the challenges they face in providing care for populations with many nationalities and languages. It also includes recommendation for how health centers serving the PCMH model can incorporate these services and improve care. More Details...

Successful Practices in Accountable Care: Mountain Family Health Centers (2017). This document outlines Mountain Family Health Centers' path to accountable care, focusing on their pursuit of value-based model of care. More Details...

Practice Transformation and Implications for Health Centers Serving AA&NHPIs - Part 3: Patient-Centered Medical Home: Implications for Community Health Centers Serving Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (AA&NHPIs) (2015). This webinar provides an orientation to the patient-centered medical home (PCMH) model and standards. It describes of how the Affordable Care Act (ACA) supports the PCMH model, including its implementation in health centers and an overview of resources available to assist Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AA&NHPI)-serving health centers. More Details...

Optimizing Team Resources: Patient/Provider Scheduling and Panel Size (2018). Health centers continue to devote significant resources to the transition to a team-based model of primary care delivery. This session goes "back to basics" to take a fresh look at techniques designed to expand capacity, utilizing existing resources within a sustainable structure. From defining target outcomes to simplifying scheduling templates to aligning panel size, participants will learn a replicable process for moving forward with each of their primary care teams through what is often a divisive operational imperative. More Details...

Medical Respite Care: Financing Approaches (2017). The Council’s “Medical Respite Care: Financing Approaches” brief details practical considerations for creating or growing financially sustainable medical respite care programs. As communities look to reduce health care costs and improve patient outcomes, medical respite care programs fill a critical need for people without homes. To help fund this vital care, our brief details medical respite, provides a rationale for creating such programs, outlines financing approaches, and suggests steps for effective implementation. More Details...

Enabling Services at Community Health Centers (2010). This report introduces the important role enabling services (ES) play in the delivery of high quality care for medically underserved Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (AA&NHPIs). It details the high utilization of such services and the impact they have on patients' health outcomes. It concludes with recommendations for establishing a nationally recognized standard for ES data collection and utilization, integrating ES into the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model, and funding to sustain and ensure quality services. More Details...

Developing an Organizational Culture that Sustains the Patient-Centered Medical Home: Lessons Learned (2016). This resource examines the cultural challenges and successes health centers face in sustaining a patient-centered, team-based model of primary care delivery, offering considerations for the patient, family, and staff experience and flexible organizational structures for team-based care. More Details...

Creating a Place for Care: Fostering Alignment and Eliminating Barriers in the Patient-Centered Medical Home (2016). This resource is designed to assist health centers in the facility design process to ensure that their physical space is aligned with their process of care and the unique needs and preferences of the patients they serve. More Details...

Creating a Facility that Supports the Patient-Centered Medical Home (2011). This publication provides tips and tools to support the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model of care in both existing and new health center facilities. It educates health center staff on the principles of PCMH and provides resources for implementation. More Details...

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