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Using Health Information Technology to Facilitate SBIRT Service Delivery in Health Centers: HITEQ Highlights Webinar (2019). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: The webinar discussed the use of health information technologies (IT) to facilitate the workflow of providing SBIRT services. Focus areas included: coding and billing for SBIRT services, using health IT to enhance SBIRT screening, communication, data capture and documentation, clinical decision support, and information sharing and reporting. The webinar presented examples and experiences of health centers currently using health IT to facilitate effective SBIRT service delivery. More Details...

Emergency Preparedness: Secondary PPE Training (2019). Resource Type: Archived In-Person Training. Description: Lt. Brian Pomodoro, Sr. Program Mgr. of Disaster Response Training for DelValle Institute for Emergency Preparedness- Boston EMS, speaks on PPE donning and doffing. More Details...

Emergency Preparedness: Primary PPE Training: PPE Donning and Doffing Exercise (2019). Resource Type: Archived In-Person Training. Description: Lt. Brian Pomodoro, Sr. Program Mgr. of Disaster Response Training for DelValle Institute for Emergency Preparedness- Boston EMS, speaks on PPE donning and doffing. More Details...

Emergency Preparedness: Panel Discussion Q&A: Emerging Infectious Disease Readiness for Community Health Centers and Ambulatory Care (2019). Resource Type: Archived In-Person Training. Description: Dr. Rick Sacra, Bernadette Thomas, Lt. Brian Pomodoro, Sr., and Sarah Darcy answer questions about emerging infectious disease readiness for community health centers and ambulatory care More Details...

Emergency Preparedness: Infectious Disease Surveillance: Infectious Disease Surveillance in Massachusetts and Beyond (2019). Resource Type: Archived In-Person Training. Description: Larry Madoff, MD, speaks on infectious disease surveillance in Massachusetts and beyond. More Details...

Emergency Preparedness: Infectious Disease Risk: Risk Communication: Infectious Disease (2019). Resource Type: Archived In-Person Training. Description: Sarah Darcy, Media Relations Manager for South Shore Health System, speaks on risk communication and how it relates to infectious disease. More Details...

Emergency Preparedness: Infectious Disease Risk: Risk Communication: Infectious Disease (2019). Resource Type: Archived In-Person Training. Description: Sarah Darcy, Media Relations Manager for South Shore Health System, speaks on risk communication and how it relates to infectious disease. More Details...

Emergency Preparedness: Health Center Perspective: Protecting our Workforce and Patients from Emerging Infectious Disease (2019). Resource Type: Archived In-Person Training. Description: Bernadette Thomas, DNP, Chief Operations Officer for Lynn Community Health Center speaks on protecting our workforce and patients from emerging infectious disease More Details...

Emergency Preparedness: Ebola Training & Overview (2019). Resource Type: Archived In-Person Training. Description: Dr. Rick Sacra, ELWA Hospital, speaks on Ebola, its history, treatment and his personal experience contracting the virus. More Details...

Emergency Preparedness Conference Recordings (2019). Resource Type: Online Self-Paced Learning Modules. Description: These presentations were given at a one-day conference hosted by the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers (MassLEAGUE). The conference focused on the realities of primary care and proper infection control for stopping the spread – and fear – of emerging infectious diseases. Topics include epidemiology and disease surveillance, lessons learned from the recent global threat of Ebola, and an interactive session on personal protective equipment. More Details...

Reporting of Community Health Workers in the Uniform Data System (2019). Resource Type: Publication. Description: With Community Health Workers (CHWs) identified as a unique staffing category in the Uniform Data System (UDS) for the first time in 2016, the number of FTEs reported has been much lower than expected (879 FTEs across 1367 grantees). Although in 2017, a slight increase was shown (1,130.36 across 1373 grantees), these figures appear inconsistent with the anecdotal evidence of widespread utilization of CHWs in Health Center settings. These inconsistencies may reflect unclear guidance on how to accurately identify and report the work of CHWs. The goal of this tool is to provide resources that will help Health Centers to: Explore common CHW titles and roles Identify staff performing duties that may align with the CHW profession and should be reported under the CHW line in UDS Assess CHW knowledge, skills, and abilities by using the CHW Core Competencies checklist Review CHW training opportunities Access a list of UDS resources developed by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Access a list of CHW clinical integration resources Ultimately, the proper identification, reporting, and training of CHWs is key to increase the accuracy of the national representation of their work. More Details...

Diabetes Resource Hub (2019). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: Learning Collaborative and was created to assist monolingual front office staff to greet and communicate with patients as they come into the waiting area and register. Some words and phrases are meant to engage patients in simple conversation, and others elicit primarily “yes” or “no” responses. To use the tool, the staff member needs to locate in the first column the greeting or common phrase that is needed, then look for the Spanish translation in the second column and, if needed, use the pronunciation guide provided in the last column. The tool also has several blank rows at the end for staff members to add other phases or questions that they may need. More Details...

Addressing Violence in Public Housing Communities: Case Examples of Violence Prevention and Intervention Strategies from Public Housing Primary Care Grantees (2019). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The purpose of this report is to provide Health Centers located in or immediately accessible to public housing with best practices and examples of violence prevention and intervention programs that can be implemented in their communities. NCHPH conducted background research on violence and crime statistics from the Federal Bureau of Investigation Uniform Crime Reporting Program, interviewed four Health Center staff, and analyzed the interviews to identify overlapping themes, lessons learned, and successful strategies used to address and prevent violence. More Details...

Barriers Encountered by Agricultural Workers Seeking Specialty Care and Potential Solutions (2018). Resource Type: Publication. Description: An issue brief for health center staff outlining the continuing challenges in providing specialty care to agricultural workers and their families. It highlights experiences of workers and provides recommendations, including opportunities for telehealth. More Details...

Behavioral Health Workforce Development; Training Across the Various Behavioral Health Disciplines (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: During this webinar, you will hear from the CHCI’s Chief Behavioral Health Officer and CHCI Behavioral Health Staff as they provide insight into the crucial components of effectively training behavioral health students working toward different behavioral health degrees. More Details...

Update on the HRSA UDS Sealant Measure - December 2018 (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: In 2015, HRSA introduced the first oral health clinical quality measure to the UDS, with the UDS Sealants Measure. This session will highlight the 2017 UDS data results for the dental sealants measure. Topics to be included: common challenges health centers have experienced in developing, modifying, and/or implementing clinical workflows and procedures to report on the measure. Best practices and work-arounds to address data collection and reporting challenges will be shared for those health centers that are not yet using the EDR vendor-developed solutions for reporting on the measure. More Details...

Leveraging National Diabetes Prevention Programming for Your Health Center (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Miriam Bell from the Centers for Disease Control, Jen Lee from the Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations, Nena Tolenoa from Kosrae Community Health Center, Alicia Rivera and Donna Winston from the Neighborhood Health Centers of the Lehigh Valley, and Gina Trignani from Health Promotion Council discuss how to leverage national diabetes prevention programming for your health center. More Details...

Integrating Team-Based Care to Improve Clinical Outcomes (2018). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication serves as a primer on care team formation for community health centers, specifically as a means of treating chronic diseases. More Details...

Preparing for Value-Based Care: A Guide for Health Centers (2018). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication serves as a primer on value-based care for community health centers, specifically as a means of treating chronic diseases. More Details...

Addressing Diabetes in the Homeless Population: The Audacity to Be Bold (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This presentation discusses how a community health center, which includes Health Care for the Homeless funding, tracked and improved the health outcomes of their diabetic patients. The use of process improvement tools, team-based care, and additional clinical care activities were targeted to improve the A1C. This improvement journey was highlighted in the health center’s recent HRSA operational site visit. More Details...

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