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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...

Using Non-Billable Staff in Care Teams for Quality Outcomes (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Non-traditional support staff are critical to a care team and can add efficiencies to workflows for improved patient care. This webinar explores different care team formations with non-billable staff working at the top of their licensure, with special attention on workflows related to pre-visit planning and standing orders. The webinar centers on NCQA 2017 PCMH Standards, specifically the Team-Based Care and Practice Organization concept, which measures how practices provide continuity of care, communicate roles and responsibilities of the medical home to patients/families/caregivers, and organize and train staff to work to the top of their license and provide effective team-based care. More Details...

Caring for Patients with Pain is a Team Sport (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: In this webinar, the expert faculty at CHCI will look at the contribution of each member of the expanded care team in addressing needs of patients with chronic pain, and the strategies that support their work. More Details...

From Affiliation to Action: Proven Strategies to Make it Easier to Host Health Professions Students (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: In this webinar clinical leadership will explore the elements of our enhanced teaching arrangements within the medical, behavioral health, nursing, and dental disciplines. More Details...

Training the Next Generation of Integrated Primary Care Providers to Safely and Effectively Manage Chronic Pain Utilizing Telehealth Solutions​ (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Leaders and experts from the Weitzman Institute’s Project ECHO and Postgraduate Residency Training Programs discuss enhancing your training curriculum with additional content specific to treating complex pain patients within a team-based model of care. More Details...

SO/GI Data Collection Demonstration Videos (2018). Resource Type: Other. Description: These videos demonstrate best practices in sexual orientation and gender identity data collection. They address common questions and issues that arise for frontline and clinical staff when asking patients about their sexual orientation and gender identity. We hope these videos can provide a valuable training tool for health care staff looking for sample language and best practices. More Details...

A Closer Look At Health Center-Based MLPs: Where They Are, How They Work, and How They are Funded (2018). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This issue brief from the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership describes how and where these partnerships operate, and how state primary care associations are supporting these programs. It also discusses how health-center based medical-legal partnerships are financed, with a spotlight on four states that integrate financing for legal services in Medicaid payment arrangements. More Details...

Optimizing Team Resources: Patient/Provider Scheduling and Panel Size (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: 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...

Staff Orientation to the use of Health Information Technology (HIT) to achieve the Triple Aim - Part I: Part 1 of 3: Effectively Using Data to Improve the Patient Experience (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: A custom, health-center focused eLearning module for onboarding and orienting clinical and administrative health center staff to the Triple Aim and their important role in collecting accurate and timely information to support informed decision-making.  The first aim – Patient Experience – is addressed in this module with a focus on the many staff a patient interacts with during a visit who impact the patient’s care.  ** Please note that viewing issues have been identified when using the Internet Explorer 11 browser. The series is best viewed in either Chrome, Firefox, or IE Edge browsers. The series is best viewed in either Chrome, Firefox, or IE Edge browsers. More Details...

Staff Orientation to the use of Health Information Technology (HIT) to achieve the Triple Aim - Part III: Part 3 of 3: Effectively Using Data to Increase Healthcare Value (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: A custom, health-center focused eLearning module for onboarding and orienting clinical and administrative health center staff to the Triple Aim and their important role in collecting accurate and timely information to support informed decision-making.  The third aim – Value – is addressed in this module with a focus on using data to achieve the best outcomes for patients while decreasing costs.  ** Please note that viewing issues have been identified when using the Internet Explorer 11 browser. The series is best viewed in either Chrome, Firefox, or IE Edge browsers.The series is best viewed in either Chrome, Firefox, or IE Edge browsers. More Details...

Growing Our Own: Cultivating the Next Generation of Primary Care Physicians in Community Health Centers (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: It is critical to advance policies and programs that help community health centers (CHCs) become Educational Health Centers (EHCs)2 and “grow their own” primary care training opportunities. This paper explores several pathways for promoting CHCs as teaching environments - enhanced partnerships between Academic Medical Centers (AMCs) and CHCs (with either the AMC or the CHC as the sponsoring institution3), and CHCs participating in HRSA Teaching Health Center (THC) funding opportunities (with sponsorship either by the CHC alone or by a consortium body) - and posits a spectrum of options and costs associated with each of these pathways to train medical residents. More Details...

Coding Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) for Optimizing Value: An Infographic for Providers on the Benefits of Coding for SDH (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The purpose of the infographic is to describe how SDH data would be used for a variety of goals that would have traction with the clinic staff audience who may likely need to modify workflows and behavior in order to collect such data.  The visual case could be used in presentations or hung on a provider break room wall. SDH coding is important for clinical management and outcomes reporting for payment reform and value based payment (particularly capitate payment), as well as other policy work. SDH coding begins with care providers, who often may need to understand how these data can be used to benefit not only the patient they are serving but also the broader population served by the organization. More Details...

Sample of a Staff Members' Dashboard for Required Tasks: A 2016 HITEQ Resource (2016). Resource Type: Template. Description: This is an example of a staff member dashboard that is used to ensure effective delivery of assigned tasks.  This dashboard can be used in the onboarding and orientation process to ensure understanding of role expectations, and can be tailored for any direct-care staff member. More Details...

Getting Started on the Quality Journey: Case Vignettes (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Launching quality work at first can feel like a daunting task – even more so if you do not have the support of leadership in your organization.  Some individuals have successfully launched quality work by following the mantra: “What can I get done by next Tuesday?”  This mantra helps them sidestep inertia, extensive collaboration, and time consuming benchmarking research. Instead, by identifying small steps they can take to improve quality on their own, within the context of their existing job, they can start on the journey quickly. Furthermore, success in these small steps can help with Leadership Buy-In for the importance of Quality work. The vignettes in the attached document are not intended to be literal examples of such efforts, although they rely heavily on real-life experiences.  Nor are they intended to be instructions for specific projects the reader can pursue at their own health center. Rather, these are intended to be aspirational examples of quality work that can be launched by an individual with relatively little support and produce results “by next Tuesday” (or relatively quickly).  The vignettes are written to encompass both health centers with many resources and those with less, to provide a variety of perspectives.  We hope that they inspire associative thinking for the reader, helping to identify specific work that can be accomplished “by next Tuesday.” More Details...

Orientation Follow-up Survey (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This follow up survey is given to the employee following the first 2-4 months of employment. This follow up survey is given to the employee following the first 2-4 months of employment. This information is used to inform the supervisor how helpful the orientation was and what, if any, information was missing. It can help improve the new employee orientation for future employees. More Details...

Benefits and Tools for Onboarding and Orientation of New Staff Members: Guidance and Methods for Health Centers (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This document outlines the ways in which effective onboarding and orientation methods will result in shorter learning curves, improved job satisfaction, and improved retention.  This document outlines the ways in which effective onboarding and orientation methods will result in shorter learning curves, improved job satisfaction, and improved retention. It then provides explicit direction for how to organize an effective process, complete with checklists for supervisors to use to plan the process, and surveys for the employee to fill out immediately following the orientation and then again 2-4 months afterwards. More Details...

Coffee Break Webinar: 3 Key Lessons Learned from Conducting Needs Assessments (2016). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Join us for a Coffee Break Webinar titled “3 Key Lessons Learned Conducting Needs Assessments.” HOP provides 3 key strategies on how to plan and conduct an effective needs assessment process, and presents resources to help you on your own needs assessments. More Details...

Using Health Center Needs Assessments To Address Legal Needs (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This fact sheet outlines how health centers can use community needs assessments to understand and meet their patients’ health-harming civil legal needs. More Details...

Communicating Safety: English as a Second Language Health and Safety Training Materials (2016). Resource Type: Patient Material. Description: Communicating Safety: A Health and Safety English Learning Curriculum for Immigrant Workers in Agriculture is a health and safety intervention for immigrant workers. This project offers free, OSHA-approved training and educational materials that were developed using English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) learning activities - pairing dairy safety and health content with relevant vocabulary and English language skills in a culturally and linguistically appropriate context. More Details...

Engaging the Data Creators: Involving Front-Line Staff in the Health IT Enabled QI Process (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This brief discusses the importance of including frontline staff such as front desk, intake staff, and medical assistants in Health IT Enabled QI process, as they are often the ‘data creators’ or the ones entering the information into the system. Real world examples as well as suggested approaches and further resources are included. The data that is generated within health centers through entry into the EHR or practice management system and used for myriad purposes such as decision support, reporting, and quality improvement is often input by front-line staff. This may include front desk staff who enter information on intake forms, medical assistants who enter height, weight, and vital signs, among others. Another way to look at it is the information that health center leadership, providers, and payers are using to make decisions is often ‘created’ by entry level staff that may have less training and higher turnover. For these reasons, it is critically important to consider these ‘data creators’ in quality improvement activities that are undertaken. More Details...

This project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $6,625,000 with 0 percentage financed with non-governmental sources. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by HRSA, HHS, or the U.S. Government. For more information, please visit HRSA.gov.