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Successful Practices in Accountable Care: Piedmont Health (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This paper describes Piedmont Health's experience developing and implementing the PACE programs has prepared them to take on additional elements of accountable care. More Details...

Successful Practices in Accountable Care: Mountain Family Health Centers (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This document outlines Mountain Family Health Centers' path to accountable care, focusing on their pursuit of value-based model of care. More Details...

Successful Practices in Accountable Care: El Rio Community Health Center (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This paper document El Rio's journey toward population health management and their lessons learned. More Details...

Successful Practices in Accountable Care: Community Health Centers, Inc. (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This papers describes Community Health Centers, Inc., work with their electronic health record vendor to better understand their patient population and provide better care. More Details...

Successful Practices in Accountable Care: Coal Country Community Health Center (2018). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Coal Country Community Health Center and Sakakawea Medical Center are a model of how innovative partnerships can improve quality of care for community and lower total costs. More Details...

Successful Practices in Accountable Care: Centerprise, Inc. (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This paper provides health centers with an overview of lessons learned implementing population health in care settings. More Details...

Successful Practices in Accountable Care: Carolina Medical Home Network (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This paper provides practices implemented by the Carolina Medical Home Network to use medicare shared savings program to help health centers in their network adopt value based care. More Details...

Successful Practices in Accountable Care: Aledade (2018). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Aledade is a partner for FQHCs embarking on their accountable care journey through support of Accountable Care Organizations. As an organization focused on primary care providers. Aledade supports and empowers FQHCs through a blend of technology and health care to remain financially viable in an ever-changing environment. More Details...

Successful Practices in Accountable Care: Alcona Health Center (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The paper summarizes the journey of the Alcona Health Center as it becomes an accountable care organization. More Details...

Streamline (2019). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Streamline is MCN’s quarterly clinical publication. More Details...

Strategies to Improve Provider Productivity Post EHR (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This issue brief aims to help health centers overcome provider productivity loss after implement a new electronic health record system. More Details...

Strategies for Using PRAPARE and other Tools to Address Homelessness: Quick Guide and Recommendations (2018). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Social determinants of health are an important piece of the health care continuum, and identifying what social determinants patients are experiencing is key to addressing their health care needs. The Protocol for Responding to and Assessing Patients’ Assets, Risks, and Experiences (PRAPARE) tool is one screening method used to assess the needs of individuals seeking care. The National HCH Council and the Corporation for Supportive Housing recently conducted a learning collaborative that identified key challenges and strategies from state and local health center perspectives. Emerging from these discussions, our new publication provides recommendations for addressing these challenges and lessons learned from the project. More Details...

Strategies for Providing Health Care for Frequent Users in Rural Communities: Rural Communities Build Health and Housing Partnerships (2016). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Access to healthcare and other critical services in rural communities is impacted by various factors from travel distances between locations to limited financial resources and provider capacity. Community health centers, supportive housing and social service providers and other health system providers have a great deal to benefit from partnerships that address Social Determinants of Health and enable them to share information, coordinate successful strategies and leverage resources. More Details...

Strategic Guidance for Health and Housing Partnerships: Step by Step Strategies for Health and Housing Partnerships (2015). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This indepth resource guide explores the importance and value of partnering with supportive housing providers, partner perspectives and goals, how to assess your organization's and your partner organization's readiness, and how to make partnerships last. More Details...

Storytelling Guide (2017). Resource Type: Other. Description: Storytelling helps share experiences of homelessness, and highlights the services that helped while facing homelessness and transitioning into housing. Sharing these experiences can demonstrate that homelessness can happen to anyone based on a health need, job loss, natural disaster, or domestic violence situation. People experiencing homelessness developed this guide as a tool to be used by others experiencing homelessness. More Details...

Steps to Success: A Toolkit for Community Health Centers Navigating a Capital Development Venture (2017). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: This toolkit highlights eight planning activities, which are fundamental building blocks that create a foundation for smoother project completion, eliminating most of the guesswork, and allowing health centers to understand opportunities and risks. More Details...

Staffing Models, Program Elements, and Performance Expectations: A HITEQ Center Resource (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The following document describes Quality and HIT staffing models for a low, middle, and high resourced health centers.  These models are intended to be both normative (e.g., How does my middle resource health center compare? Do I have all of these positions covered?) and aspirational (e.g., What benefits could we get if we move to the next level?).  The following document describes Quality and HIT staffing models for a low, middle, and high resourced health centers.  These models are intended to be both normative (e.g., How does my middle resource health center compare? Do I have all of these positions covered?) and aspirational (e.g., What benefits could we get if we move to the next level?).  Each model includes: Descriptions of staff Critical quality program elements at each stage How incentive payments could be allocated, and Performance expectations.  The model includes factors to consider when moving between stages and a staff position glossary to help define the different positions. As anyone who has worked in health centers knows, health centers are highly variable.  For this reason, this document is meant to help executives and quality staff think more deeply about their quality program.  It is not intended to be a literal guide. 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 II: Part 2 of 3: Effectively Using Data to Impact Population Health (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 second aim – Population Health – is addressed in this module with a focus on the use of data to improve the health of a population or sub-group of patients.  ** 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...

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