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Becoming a Teaching Health Center: Tips for Health Center Boards (2023). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This resource offers tips for boards when a health center is considering starting the process to become a Teaching Health Center. It offers a case example of how one board used these strategies. More Details...

Diabetes Continuum of Care: Emergency Preparedness for Diabetes Management: Part 3 of 4 in the 2022 Diabetes Special and Vulnerable Populations Task Force National Learning Series (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This session was part 3 of 4 in the 2022 Diabetes Special and Vulnerable Populations Task Force National Learning Series. This session was entitled \"Emergency Preparedness for Diabetes Management\" and featured guest speakers from Community Health of South Florida, Inc., Medcentro Puerto Rico, and California Primary Care Association. More Details...

Improving Care Coordination and Health Outcomes for Diabetic Patients through Medical and Dental Integration: Promising Practice (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: CommUnityCare in Texas shares how their organization implemented medical and dental integration through NNOHA Integration of Diabetes and Oral Health Learning Collaborative to help improve the health outcomes of patients with diabetes. More Details...

Using MLP to Address the Legal Needs among Racial & Ethnic Minorities Living with HIV (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: In this webinar, the presenters discussed recent HIV epidemiological data and the current landscape of healthcare and social needs for this patient population. Presenters also shared best practices and examples for health center and MLP staff to improve screening and implementation of legal interventions that are designed to help reduce and prevent racial disparities and health inequities for people living with HIV. More Details...

Advancing MLP in Health Centers Serving Special Populations: Case Studies Covered through an MLP Peer Learning Collaborative (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: In 2021, health center MLP practitioners gathered for a four-part learning collaborative designed to help them develop and improve their partnership models to better serve the needs of special populations. This factsheet summarizes the learning goals, case studies, and some of the salient points shared throughout the four sessions. More Details...

Partnership for the Future: Health Centers and Maternal Child Health Home Visiting Opportunities (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The National Nurse-Led Care Consortium (NNCC) has developed a publication on Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) funded home visiting programs working in partnership with health centers. The publication outlines key steps and resources for integrating MIECHV programs and health centers and provides examples of successful collaborations. More Details...

“No Wrong Door” for Veterans: Veteran Cultural Competency Training for MLP Teams (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Partnerships between health centers, the VA, and civil legal services providers help to ensure that Veterans can access health care through “no wrong door.” To improve the capacity of these partnerships to meet the holistic needs of Veterans, medical-legal partnership staff of all backgrounds and skill sets were invited to this free training event on Veterans cultural competency. Through this webinar, the audience learned about current best practices for serving Veterans across settings and increase their understanding of how to use the medical-legal partnership approach to address the health-harming legal needs of Veterans and their families. Attendees heard from Emily Edwards, PhD (DBT for Justice-Involved Veterans, VISN 2 MIRECC, TASC, James J. Peters VA Medical Center); Lara Eilhardt, JD (Office of General Counsel), and Madolyn Gingell, LCSW (Legal Services for Veterans Program). More Details...

Promising Training Practices to Meet the Needs of Providers & Patients (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This webinar aimed to help health centers who are developing or have an established MLP increase their capacity to build a stable, committed, and skilled workforce that can meet the health-harming legal needs of their patients and communities. More Details...

Intimate Partner Violence, Homelessness, and Behavioral Health: A Toolkit for Health Centers (2022). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: Developed in collaboration with the National Health Care for the Homeless Council, the following toolkit is intended to assist health centers and community-based programs in addressing the intersection of IPV and homelessness in four domains: Foundations of intersectional practice Provider self- and team-care Guidance on clinical conversations Community partnerships More Details...

Developing Screening, Referral, & Service Delivery Workflows for MLPs (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: In this first webinar of the MLP in health centers toolkit series, we revisited our foundation and learned about the evolving health and social needs of health center patients. This time, we took a deeper dive into how PRAPARE is being used to screen for social needs and risk stratification as well as how to build a screenings/referrals/service delivery workflow specific to MLPs. More Details...

Health Center & Justice System Collaboration to Improve Mental Health (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Recognizing the potential link between HCs and the justice system, Shannon Mace and James Teufel worked with a host of key informants to write the 2022 issue brief Connecting Community Health Centers & Courts to Improve Behavioral Health of People & Communities, which explores the further integration of and partnership between health centers, certified community behavioral health clinics, and courts to improve the continuum of care. Attendees heard from the authors and Patti Tobias (National Center for State Courts) on October 11, 2022 as they discussed their findings and the ways in which Health Centers and Justice Systems can collaborate to improve the mental health of patients and justice-involved individuals. More Details...

Health Center & Justice System Collaboration to Improve Mental Health (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Recognizing the potential link between HCs and the justice system, Shannon Mace and James Teufel worked with a host of key informants to write the 2022 issue brief Connecting Community Health Centers & Courts to Improve Behavioral Health of People & Communities, which explores the further integration of and partnership between health centers, certified community behavioral health clinics, and courts to improve the continuum of care. Attendees heard from the authors and Patti Tobias (National Center for State Courts) on October 11, 2022 as they discussed their findings and the ways in which Health Centers and Justice Systems can collaborate to improve the mental health of patients and justice-involved individuals. More Details...

Managed Care Data Checklist: Companion Document to Video Module: Payer Data: The Managed Care Data (2022). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: This checklist will walk you, the health center, through a series of common considerations for contracts you may receive from payers with a specific focus on contracts that include value-based payment components. This document assists organizations in understanding the necessary data and data-related tools for managing population health within a managed care environment. 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...

Increasing Capacity to Address Health, Justice, & Equity Through Partnerships (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Given their disproportionate share of patients or clients who are survivors, this guide provides select tools and resources for the following key partners and allies: HEALTH CENTERS | To promote collaboration with DV programs and civil legal aid organizations, and help establish medical-legal partnerships (MLPs) DV PROGRAMS | To promote collaboration with HCs/civil legal programs CIVIL LEGAL AID ORGANIZATIONS | To promote collaboration with HCs/DV programs/establish MLPs ESTABLISHED MLPS | To promote DV/HT/E as issues they can address, intersectional with other I-HELP areas of work More Details...

Increasing Capacity to Address Health, Justice, & Equity Through Partnerships: A Guide to Help Health Centers, Domestic Violence Programs, & Civil Legal Aid Organizations Address & Prevent Intimate Partner Violence, Human Trafficking, & Exploitation (2022). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: Supporting the millions of survivors of domestic/intimate partner violence (IPV), human trafficking (HT), and exploitation (E), requires an intentional and immediate shift away from professional silos and towards multidisclipinary, collaborative health, justice, and equity approaches. Through partnerships, health centers, domestic violence (DV) programs or agencies, and civil legal aid organizations can more effectively leverage their respective skill sets to close access gaps by addressing survivors’ myriad health and social needs, eliminate the risk factors through prevention programs, and improve overall outcomes for individuals and communities. Given their disproportionate share of patients or clients who are survivors, this guide provides select tools and resources for the following key partners and allies: HEALTH CENTERS | To promote collaboration with DV programs and civil legal aid organizations, and help establish medical-legal partnerships (MLPs) DV PROGRAMS | To promote collaboration with HCs/civil legal programs CIVIL LEGAL AID ORGANIZATIONS | To promote collaboration with HCs/DV programs/establish MLPs ESTABLISHED MLPS | To promote DV/HT/E as issues they can address, intersectional with other I-HELP areas of work More Details...

Serving Veterans in Health Centers: Veterans and the Community Care Network (CCN): A Fact Sheet and Toolkit for FQHCs (2022). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: This 2-page fact sheet and comprehensive toolkit are designed to orient FQHC Administrators to the enrollment requirements and program benefits of the Community Care Network, administered by the US Veterans Health Administration. More Details...

Two-Tiered Screening for Patient Socila Needs in a Safety-Net Setting: Using Two Pre-Screening Questions to assess patients’ social needs at a Chicago-area FQHC (2022). Resource Type: Template. Description: Erie Family Health Centers, a Chicago-area Federally Qualified Health Center, initiated a two-part social needs screening process with patients in May 2020. A medical assistant asked a single prescreening question about interest in being connected to resources and interested patients received a follow-up call from staff to screen for needs and connect with resources. A second prescreening question was added asking patients their preferred method for receiving resources. The results of this process suggest that a two-tiered screening for social needs is feasible in the safety net setting. More Details...

Serving Veterans in Health Centers: A Compendium of Success Stories (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: These ten success stories from around country share how health centers are successfully supporting the unique needs of local military veterans. From oral health care and care coordination to housing and outreach to the VA, these stories capture the ingenuity, advocacy and passion of local health centers giving back to Veterans. More Details...

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