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Realizing Resilience Part 3: Two Years Later, Updates on Health Center and Social Sector Response to Address Social Drivers of Health Needs during COVID-19 (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication summarizes key takeaways identified by health centers when detecting, prioritizing, and informing community health-related social needs that were magnified by the COVID-19 pandemic. More Details...

CalAIM: Major Components and Current Implementation Status (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This webinar reviews the major components of the California Advancing and Innovating Medi-Cal (CalAIM) initiatives, including: Enhanced Care Management, Community Supports, Behavioral Health (Criteria to Access Specialty Mental Health and No Wrong Door), and the Population Health Management Strategy and Roadmap. Presenters will provide an overview of the initiatives, timeline, and strategic implications for health centers. This conversation is meant to be a high-level overview of the most impactful initiatives to health centers. 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...

Eyes on Access: Steps for Integrating Comprehensive Eye Health and Vision Services into Health Centers (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This is a Part 2 archive of a 2-part webinar series in Spring 2022 that reviewed the operational activities necessary to implement or enhance vision services in a health center. Learners reviewed planning factors such as provider configuration, cost, volume and supervision. More Details...

Do School-Based Health Models Expand Your Community Reach? Yes! (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: The National Association of Community Health Centers and the School-Based Health Alliance offered two virtual workshops for health centers on the key elements of providing school-based health care. The workshops included a focus on enhancing school-based partnerships and the unique operational considerations for providing school-based health care. More Details...

Eyes on Access: Introduction to Comprehensive Vision Services in Health Centers (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This is a Part 1 archive of a 2-part webinar series in Spring 2022 that reviewed the interconnection of vision, chronic disease and quality of life. Data substantiating community needs, disparities and barriers was reviewed. This webinar series addresses how health centers can integrate vision services into primary care. 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...

Addressing Health Care Challenges for Migrant Farmworkers (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Today in the Golden State, farmworkers encounter numerous risks to their health and increased barriers to care before, during, and after migration. Health centers play a crucial role in addressing disparities in accessing COVID-19 services, education, and resources in special and vulnerable communities. Health centers that serve migrant farmworker and their families face unique challenges. Mobility results in poor continuity of care, and the health issues that fact migrant farmworkers and other mobile underserved populations are often magnified or compounded by their migratory lifestyle. In this webinar, we provide examples, tools, and best practices to help health centers better integrate health center teams (e.g., providers and community health workers) and external partnerships (e.g., community-based organizations and local government). More Details...

School and Health Center Partnerships (2022). Resource Type: archived webinar. Description: The National Association of Community Health Centers and the School-Based Health Alliance are offering two virtual workshops for health centers on the key elements of providing school-based health care. The workshops include a focus on enhancing school-based partnerships and the unique operational considerations for providing school-based health care. More Details...

Designing Your Facility: Preparing Your Team for Space Planning Success (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication walks health center leadership through the process of defining, preparing, and equipping internal planning teams to work effectively with design and construction teams in defining a flexible, efficient facility that reflects the health center’s unique goals and priorities. Capital Link also discussed space planning in the recent webinar titled \"Designing Your Facility: Preparing Your Team for Space Planning Success.\" Released in 2022. More Details...

Diabetes Management and Oral Health (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The harsh working conditions can place MSAWs at higher risk for health complications as they are most likely to skip meals and take medication at prescribed times when working long shifts.1 Besides lack of health insurance, linguistic barriers, and lack of time for general medical care, MSAWs face a lack of dental insurance and dental care, which can lead to deteriorating oral health. Dental disease is one of the most common and preventable diseases but is not always the priority of patients managing diabetes More Details...

Developing a Postdoctoral Psychology Residency Program in Your Community Health Center (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Two years later, we continue to witness the pandemic’s toll on mental health – and a sustained increased demand for mental health services. Behavioral health care providers who are experienced in integrated care settings are needed now more than ever. Join this webinar to learn how your health center can establish its own postdoctoral clinical psychology residency program. This webinar will address considerations such as program structure, design, curriculum, the supervisor’s role, required resources, and the benefits of sponsoring an in-house formal postdoctoral clinical psychology residency training program. More Details...

Providing Diabetes Control Education and Management: Guide for Community Health Workers (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This resource provides educational prevention tools that Community Health Workers (CHWs) can use and share with Migrant Seasonal Agricultural Workers and other vulnerable populations to reduce diabetic health complications. There are several downloadable resources available to guide CHWs on risk factors and prevention methods in oral, eye, and foot health complications, which are commonly linked to diabetes. More Details...

Healthy Relationships and Youth: How School-Based Health Providers Can Start the Conversation (2022). Resource Type: Other. Description: This blog post, developed by the School-Based Health Alliance and Health Partners on IPV + Exploitation, describes action steps school-based health center providers can take to promote healthy relationships among their adolescent patients. More Details...

Understanding Health Centers that Employ CHWs (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This report analyzes and compares 2020 USDS data with a smaller assessment conducted with Health Centers that employ Community Health Workers (CHWs). This comparative analysis includes the presence of minority and special populations and the types of chronic diseases that are treated to understand the role community composition plays in determining the presence of CHWs within Health Centers. More Details...

Increase Access to Care Program Pillars (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: NCFH created this visual resource to illustrate the three Increase Access to Care for Ag Workers (IAC) Program Pillars and how they contribute to increasing access to care for Migratory and Seasonal Agricultural Workers (MSAWs) and their families. More Details...

Barriers to Accessing Higher Levels of Care: Implications for Medical Respite Programs (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This issue brief describes the different levels of care within the health care service continuum a person may need following acute care hospitalization and highlights the admission barriers commonly encountered by people experiencing homelessness. It also illustrates the role of medical respite care programs within this continuum, and outlines action steps that communities can take to improve access to higher levels of care for people experiencing homelessness. More Details...

A Profile of Migrant Health: 2020 Uniform Data System Analysis (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This report summarizes the Uniform Data System (UDS) data about migrant and seasonal agricultural worker (MSAW) patients of Migrant Health Centers in 2020. This document reports how farmworkers utilized health care at Migrant Health Centers, trends in MSAW patient populations from 2011 to 2020, and new metrics reported with the outbreak of COVID-19. More Details...

Housing is Health: La Maestra Community Health Centers (2021). Resource Type: Online Self-Paced Learning Modules. Description: As part of our Access to Care series, our coverage continues with a special focus on housing and health. More Details...

Successful Practices in Accountable Care Series: Numbers 1-24 (2021). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication combines individual documents in the Successful Practices in Accountable Care series, which ran from 2016-2020. The volume includes case studies from successful organizations, as well as discussions of focus areas. More Details...

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