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Tips for Health Center Boards for Evaluating the Sliding Fee Discount Program (2022). Resource Type: Microlearning. Description: Health center boards are required to adopt, review and evaluate at least once every three years, and, as needed, approve updates to the Sliding Fee Discount Program as noted in Chapter 19: Board Authority in the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Health Center Program Compliance Manual. This short video provides tips on how boards can work with the health center CEO to evaluate and approve updates to the Sliding Fee Discount Program. It contains sample data and questions a board may wish to ask as part of this process. More Details...

Sliding Fee Discount Program: The Fundamentals for Health Center Boards (2022). Resource Type: Microlearning. Description: This short video outlines the fundamentals of the Sliding Fee Discount Program that is required under the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Health Center Program. This video is intended for health center boards and addresses the following topics: What is the Sliding Fee Discount Program and why is it important? What does a health center board need to know about the Sliding Fee Discount Program? Tips for boards related to the Sliding Fee Discount Program More Details...

Human Resources (HR) Issue Brief: Employee Freedoms in the Health Center Workplace (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This Issue Brief examines employee freedoms in the health center workplace. It summarizes the relevant legal issues that must be considered when establishing policies relating to employee freedoms in the workplace. More Details...

Abt Conversations: What Does the Future of Community Health Centers Hold? (2022). Resource Type: Podcast. Description: Community health centers provide essential healthcare to people who are uninsured or underinsured. Increasingly, these health centers are offering additional critical services like dental and mental health care, and the question of how we support and enhance these resources is becoming more pressing. More Details...

Impact of COVID-19 On Public Housing Primary Care (PHPC) Health Center Patients and Operations (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication by NCHPH highlights findings from a survey distributed to public housing residents assessing the effects that COVID-19 has had on Public Housing Primary Care (PHPC) patients and health center operations. More Details...

Addressing COVID-19’s Impact on Health Centers’ Finance and Operations and Response Planning for Future COVID-19 Outbreaks and Other Emergencies (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This learning collaborative guides participants through the challenges and solutions for addressing the financial and operational impacts of COVID-19 on health centers serving residents of public housing and other underserved communities, with an emphasis on applied response planning for future emergencies. More Details...

Increasing Health Care Enrollment for Survivors of Domestic Violence (2022). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: People who have experienced intimate partner violence (IPV) have unique health care needs, making insurance that covers comprehensive medical and behavioral health benefits all the more critical. Community health centers play an important role in helping survivors enroll in coverage and receive quality primary health and oral health care services. A special enrollment period for survivors makes enrollment possible across the year with additional provisions to make coverage more affordable for survivors. Health Partners on IPV + Exploitation developed two resources to support health care enrollment for survivors of domestic violence. More Details...

Finance Office Hours: No Surprises Act: Developing Your Good Faith Estimate (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Starting January 1, 2022, The No Surprises Act requires all health care providers and facilities to provide uninsured and self-pay patients with a “good faith estimate” of expected charges before a patient receives services. This webinar reviews the regulatory requirements under the No Surprises Act and best practices for implementing the good faith estimate into your health center’s workflow. More Details...

Mobile Clinic Licensing 101 (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: CPCA hosted a webinar training session for licensing a mobile clinic on April 25, 2022. This webinar provides an overview of the following: o Mobile Clinic Definitions o Licensing requirements for a mobile clinic operated by a Primary Care Clinic in California as enforced by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) o What to expect once you have applied for licensure o Who to contact for updates on the status of your application o Additional considerations, requirements, and best practices for operating a mobile clinic More Details...

Introduction to the Planning and Financing a Capital Project to Accommodate Integrated Care Learning Collaborative (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Join Capital Link for an introductory webinar to learn more about our upcoming \"Planning and Financing a Capital Project to Accommodate Integrated Care\" Learning Collaborative and to gain insight on organizational readiness, select financial and operational benchmarks, financial capacity, and how to begin planning for your capital project. Capital Link is launching a fifth year of our capital planning learning collaborative, which provides practical direction and tools for capital project planning, financing, and completing for health centers that anticipate the need for a project in the next one to five years. More Details...

Coding for Pesticide-Related Illness: A Toolkit for Coding for Pesticide-Related Illness: Toxic Effects of Pesticide, Signs and Symptoms of Effects of Pesticides (Acute Effects) (2022). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: This guide details the ICD-10-CM codes for the toxic effects and the signs and symptoms for pesticide-related illnesses. This information is pulled from the ICD-10-CM Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting (and other resources). Please refer to the guidelines for additional information. This guide is for educational purposes only and does not constitute medical, healthcare or billing advice. Healthcare providers and billing/coding professionals are advised to seek confirmatory information. This is not an exhaustive list nor does it imply etiology. www.pesticideresources.org/med More Details...

Optimizing People, Place, and Process in Planning Your Facility for Integrated Care (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This webinar will provide an overview of the most important factors to consider when planning a facility that will accommodate various models of integrated care. Drawing from our publication, “Tools for Creating an Environment that Supports Integration,” released in 2020 and the recently released, “Optimizing People, Place and Process: Resources to Facilitate Integrated Care in FQHCs,” we’ll present guiding principles for creating a place in which integrated care teams can work effectively with each other and the patients they serve. More Details...

Optimizing People, Place and Process: Resources to Facilitate Integrated Care in Federally Qualified Health Centers (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: As the second in a series, this toolkit builds upon the principles and tools presented in Capital Link’s Tools for Creating an Environment that Supports Integration. Ensuring your teams are well equipped by optimizing your current resources will not only improve outcomes today, but inform future strategic initiatives as you plan for service and capital expansion tomorrow. (Released 2022) More Details...

Planning a Capital Project to Accommodate Integrated Care: A First Steps Overview - Nov. 4, 2021 (2021). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Is your health center considering building new facilities to incorporate team-based, integrated care? This session will cover essential steps to prepare your project for success, including incorporating facilities goals in your strategic plan, understanding your patient base and community trends and analyzing your current operations to determine the space you need. We’ll also describe resources available to help you plan. More Details...

Pre-Conference – Creating an Inclusive and Welcoming Environment (2021). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: In this talk from the 2021 Advancing Excellence in Transgender Health conference, Dr. Keuroghlian discusses ways to create an inclusive and welcoming environment at your health center, clinic or institution. More Details...

Building Value and Return on Investment in Housing and Health Partnerships Learning Collaborative (2021). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This learning collaborative from NCHPH and National Nurse-Led Care Consortium (NNCC) will guide health center staff through practical steps to help build value and return on investment in their current health center and housing authority partnerships. More Details...

Foundations of LGBTQIA+ Health, Part 2: For Administrators (2021). Resource Type: Online Self-Paced Learning Modules. Description: This module builds upon Foundations of LGBTQIA+ Health, Part 1 by offering specific information for health care administrators, including: strategies for making health care settings more welcoming for LGBTQIA+ people, and collecting sexual orientation and gender identity data. More Details...

Protocol for HRSA-supported Community Health Centers to Engage Patients through Universal Education Approaches on Exploitation (E), Human Trafficking (HT), Domestic Violence (DV) and Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) (2021). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The protocol purpose is to prevent exploitation, human trafficking, domestic violence, and intimate partner violence by helping patients have healthy relationships and promote their health as workers. The protocol will enable the health center to provide trauma-informed, survivor-centered care; intervention with clinical and case management services; and formalized ways to connect patients with community-based services that provide resources for domestic violence, employment assistance, housing, food, civil legal aid, and other basic needs. More Details...

The Evolving Role of Nurse Practitioners in Health Centers and Considerations for Provider Satisfaction (2021). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication discusses the evolving role of nurse practitioners and reccomendations to improve job satisfaction and prevent burnout among nurse practitioners. More Details...

Strategies for Capturing Outside HIV Test Results for Your Health Center (2021). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Providers working with patients coming to or from health centers may need important health information, such as HIV test results, to help physicians provide the best care possible to the patient. What strategies exist to help health centers give and receive data so that providers can render seamless care without interruption? We’re glad you asked. Data sharing agreements, tools, and standard operating procedures (SOP) are a few strategies that health centers can use to ensure a patient’s electronic health record (EHR) is as detailed and up-to-date as possible. More Details...

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