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Population Health Management Task Force National Learning Series 2024 (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This national learning series, sponsored by HRSA, takes a deeper dive into issues related to HIV, Diabetes, and Chronic comorbid disease management, which all impact population health management. More Details...

Postpartum Connections and Education (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This webinar provides an overview of postpartum care coordination and education as an effective intervention for improving maternal and infant health. The webinar will discuss evidence-based home visiting models, connection to and establishment of a primary care medical home, and health insurance coverage. Participants learn about the importance of postpartum education for infant safe sleep, family planning, and chronic and behavioral health issues. More Details...

Community Partnerships to Promote the Equitable Distribution of the Covid-19 Vaccine Part I (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This is Part One of a two-part webinar series highlighting community partnerships created during the COVID-19 vaccine roll-out. This webinar focuses on partnerships that helped enable/improve outreach and educational efforts, specifically around the COVID-19 vaccine, emphasizing interventions targeting special and vulnerable populations. More Details...

Clinical Quality Measures for Eligible Professionals: 2024 Update: A crosswalk of Clinical Quality Measures for UDS and other reporting from The HITEQ Center (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This spreadsheet developed by the HITEQ Center provides a crosswalk of Clinical Quality Measures and their electronic specifications as defined in the 2024 update for Eligible Professionals (Clinicians). 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...

Medical-Legal Partnerships as a Community Health Strategy to Improve Maternal Health Access & Outcomes: Session 4: Office Hours (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: These Learning Collaborative sessions are designed to empower participants to develop a deeper understanding of how the social determinants of health impact maternal health. Participants will learn how to use the Medical-Legal Partnership (MLP) as a way to improve maternal and child health outcomes for health center patients and their communities. Over four informative sessions, this Learning Collaborative will provide training and technical assistance to health center staff to develop strategies and action plans for aligning MLP activities with potential policy and population health approaches. Health centers that work with multiple special populations, including pregnant women and children, will share their insights and strategies that can be adapted to communities' unique needs. More Details...

Engaging Partners and Technology to Support Care of Justice-Involved Patients: Virtual Webinar (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: In this session, participants learned from Harris Health (Texas) and Community Medical Centers Inc. (California) to hear about their expanded services for behavioral health and substance use disorder treatment for justice-involved community members. Attendees learned from these two healthcare providers that have made a commitment to offering care to justice -involved patients, and their journeys to build positive partnerships improving access to service. More Details...

Medical-Legal Partnership as a Community Health Strategy to Improve Maternal Health Access & Outcome Learning Collaborative: Session 3: Demonstrating Impact and Leveraging the Role of the Medical-Legal Partnership (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: These Learning Collaborative sessions are designed to empower participants to develop a deeper understanding of how the social determinants of health impact maternal health. Participants will learn how to use the Medical-Legal Partnership (MLP) as a way to improve maternal and child health outcomes for health center patients and their communities. The Learning Collaborative will provide training and technical assistance to health center staff to develop strategies and action plans for aligning MLP activities with potential policy and population health approaches. We encouraged health centers that work with multiple special populations, including pregnant women and children, to share their insights and strategies that can be adapted to communities’ unique needs. More Details...

Social, Political, and Structural Impacts on Diabetes and Comorbidities Management for AA and NH/PI Populations Learning Series: Module 1: Whole Food Model for Holistic Community Wellness (2024). Resource Type: Micro-Learning. Description: The Association of Asian Pacific Community Health organizations (AAPCHO) chronic disease management programs, expertise, and national network in the AA and NH/PI community health center space, will feature research, community intervention strategies, and historical context for diabetes and other co-morbidities among AAs and NH/PIs. This self-paced learning series will feature modules that outline various social, political, and structural drivers of health for diabetes and comorbidities management. Modules will include case studies which promote resources, strategies, and interventions to support health center performance improvement and transformation efforts. This is module 1 and was recorded on March 15, 2024. More Details...

Medical-Legal Partnership as a Community Health Strategy to Improve Maternal Health Access & Outcomes Learning Collaborative: Session 2: Planning and Implementing the Medical-Legal Partnership Workflow (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: These Learning Collaborative sessions are designed to empower participants to develop a deeper understanding of how the social determinants of health impact maternal health. Learn how to use the Medical-Legal Partnership as a way to improve maternal and child health outcomes for health center patients and their communities. Over four informative sessions, this Learning Collaborative will provide T/TA to health center staff to develop strategies and action plans for aligning MLP activities with potential policy and population health approaches. We encourage health centers that work with multiple special populations, including pregnant women and children, to share their insights and strategies that can be adapted to communities' unique needs. More Details...

Learning Collaborative: Coordinating Care and Safety for Patients: Navigating the Intersection of Behavioral Health and Intimate Partner Violence (2024). Resource Type: E-Learning. Description: Join Health Partners on IPV and Exploitation and The National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma, and Mental Health for a 4-part learning collaborative focusing on the intersection of behavioral health, intimate partner violence (IPV), and mental health and substance use coercion. More Details...

Medical-Legal Partnership as a Community Health Strategy to Improve Maternal Health Access and Outcomes Learning Collaborative: Session 1: Leveraging Clinical and Non-Clinical Data to Understand the Social Risk Factors (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: These Learning Collaborative sessions are designed to empower participants to develop a deeper understanding of how the social determinants of health impact maternal health. Participants will learn how to use the Medical-Legal Partnership as a way to improve maternal and child health outcomes for health center patients and their communities. Over four informative sessions, this Learning Collaborative will provide T/TA to health center staff to develop strategies and action plans for aligning MLP activities with potential policy and population health approaches. We encourage health centers that work with multiple special populations, including pregnant women and children, to share their insights and strategies that can be adapted to communities’ unique needs. More Details...

Partnerships and Pathways to Support Healthcare Services in Schools (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: The Partnerships and Pathways to Support Healthcare Services in Schools webinar was designed for health center and health center look-alike staff. The webinar aims to increase the audience's knowledge of and capacity to define how health centers can partner with schools and community organizations to provide healthcare services to school-aged children and adolescents, describe programs to engage parents, and gain awareness of marketing strategies for school-based health centers. More Details...

How are we going to pay for it? Developing a Budget and Identifying Funding for my Health Center’s Medical-Legal Partnership: Health Center MLP Planning, Implementation & Practice (PIP) Webinar Series-Part 1, Conversation 4 (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Another installment of the Health Center Medical-Legal Partnership (MLP) Planning, Implementation, and Practice (PIP) webinar series, explored the burning question: “How are we going to pay for it?”. It will help participants answer that question by learning how to develop a comprehensive budget and identify sources of funding for their MLP. More Details...

Staffing the Legal Services of an MLP – Should We Directly Hire a Lawyer or Contract with Another Organization?: Health Center MLP Planning, Implementation & Practice (PIP) Webinar Series-Part 1, Conversation 3 (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: The third part of this webinar series to learn how a health center can seamlessly integrate legal services providers. We have explored various approaches to staffing the legal services of an MLP, such as building it as a direct service, contracting with a community-based legal services organization, or using a hybrid of the two models. More Details...

Health Center Partnerships to Support Nutrition and Physical Activity for Children and Adolescents (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Early experiences and choices have a profound impact on lifelong health. It is crucial to cultivate healthy habits during childhood and adolescence in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle, promote physical and cognitive development, enhance resilience, and reduce the risk of chronic diseases. However, children and adolescents often encounter obstacles in managing their health and lifestyle choices due to environmental factors, educational and social influences, and limited autonomy. NNCC introduced and discussed tools and resources for health care professionals/CHWs working in health center settings and the community. More Details...

Partnerships Between Health Centers and Domestic and Sexual Violence Advocacy Programs (Bi-directional Infographic) (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: As health center staff are more likely to initiate conversations on IPV/HT/E with their patients after learning about domestic violence advocates and the range of services offered by their DV programs, these HC/DVP partnerships are critical to promote safety and health outcomes for patients, as well as staff, through bi-directional warm referrals. This infographic illustrates the benefits resulting from these partnerships and referrals and offers links to the sample MOU and other supportive resources to promote new and expand on current collaborative efforts. More Details...

Advancing Equity: Community Health Workers' Role in Enhancing Breast Cancer Screenings and Linkage to Care (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This webinar explored breast cancer disparities and their impact on different communities. Health centers play a critical role in providing comprehensive care, especially in tackling disparities in breast cancer screenings and care among underserved communities. Viewers will discover how Community Health Workers (CHWs) can bridge gaps and facilitate screenings and care. Learn practical strategies and best practices to implement CHW programs within your practice effectively. More Details...

What SDOH problems do we want to address?: Health Center MLP Planning, Implementation & Practice (PIP) Webinar Series (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: As part of its work with the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership (NCMLP) is partnering with the Texas A&M University Institute for Healthcare Access (HAI) to offer a webinar series to support health center based MLP planning, implementation, and practice (PIP Webinar Series). This first session explored how to assess community and partner needs for health center-based MLPs. More Details...

Building Bridges between Healthcare Systems and Community-Based Organizations to Address Health Disparities: The SDOH Academy National Webinar Series (Part 3) (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...

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