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Health Information Exchange: Opportunities and Challenges for Health Centers (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: No annotation provided by the authoring organization. More Details...

Health Effects of Excessive Heat on Underserved Populations (n.a.). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: No annotation provided by the authoring organization. More Details...

Health Centers Strategies for Diabetes Screening and Prevention for Children, Adults, and the Elderly webinar (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This webinar explores diabetes prevention and care strategies across the lifespan. Presenters discuss standards of care in the screening and prevention for children, adults, and the elderly, sharing experiences from the field. Case examples of successful diabetes prevention programs, adult clinical treatment, and geriatrics care focused on vulnerable populations of children and adults of all ages are provided. More Details...

Health Centers Near Smoke Free Public Housing Agencies (n.a.). Resource Type: Other. Description: No annotation provided by the authoring organization. More Details...

Health Centers as Assets in their Community: Assessing Your Environment (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This session is designed to provide attendees with a tour of the range of research resources available for health centers to assess market opportunities (many of them are free for all to use). We will review techniques for how to determine the size and location of the low-income, uninsured and under-served population, estimate the level of unmet need, and translate this information into workforce needs and a preliminary capital project budget. This session will also take a broader view in exploring how to determine where community gaps are within a service area with respect to the Social Determinants of Health, identifying types of assets in a community that support health and wellness. More Details...

Health Centers and Schools: Uniting for Young People's Success (n.a.). Resource Type: Publication. Description: School-based health care is a powerful investment in the health and academic potential of children and adolescents. This model delivers convenient, accessible, and wide-ranging primary and mental health care services to students where they already spend most of their time: in school. More Details...

Health Centers and Other Health Care Facilities Close to Public Housing Developments (n.a.). Resource Type: Other. Description: No annotation provided by the authoring organization. More Details...

Health Centers and Medicaid Fact Sheet (2018). Resource Type: Publication. Description: No annotation provided by the authoring organization. More Details...

Health Centers and Coordinated Entry: How and Why Health Centers Can Benefit When They Engage with Local Homeless Systems (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Coordinated Entry is just one of many federal housing policies that greatly impact the work of health centers. This series translates federal housing policies to help health centers understand the impact and how to coordinate and adapt programming to create the most beneficial outcomes for clients. More Details...

Health Center's guide to the MEHI EHR Planning and Procurement Toolkit (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: An introduction to creating an EHR RFP using the MEHI EHR Planning and Procurement Toolkit. This resource shows the user how to use a comprehensive tool such as the EHR Planning and Procurement Toolkit from the Massachusetts eHealth Institute (MEHI) to guide your organization through the process of EHR procurement. The process documented in the EHR Planning and Procurement Toolkit offers a field-tested and proven methodology for a health center that is procuring an EHR. The Toolkit offers a process that will lead an organization through readiness and preparation, vendor solicitation, evaluation and selection, and vendor relationship management. Embedded within the Toolkit at critical steps along the way are the tools needed to execute an effective procurement process.  More Details...

Health Center Value Proposition Template: The Value of Health Centers in Assisting their Community to Meet the Triple Aim (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This customizable document uses health center data to support them in demonstrating their value to potential partners and key stakeholders. The document provides evidence for how health centers align with the Triple Aim. Health centers can fill in and customize the value proposition template to demonstrate the value of their primary care services and care model in providing high quality, cost-effective care to those most in need.  The template is structured around the three tenants of the Triple Aim: 1. Improving population health through economic and job growth; addressing social determinants of health; and providing high quality care through a health home model, quality outcomes and implementation of health information technology. 2. Improving patient experience by providing care that is responsive to the needs and realities of the patient population, including patient portals, non-traditional hours and timely appointments. 3. Reducing the per capita cost of health care by engaging in payment reform efforts and providing high-quality care at a low cost. Download the template to create your value proposition below. More Details...

Health Center Toolbox (2018). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: This Performance Management and Governance Tool Box provides Health Center Program grantees with sample policies, procedures, forms, and other supportive documents specifically designed for the 19 Health Center Program Requirements, which include Needs, Services, Management & Finance and Governance. More Details...

Health Center Strategies for Addressing the Opioid Crisis: The Opioid Crisis and the Impact on Homeless Populations (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Health Centers and supportive housing providers are confronting the opioid crisis head on in communities across the country with positive results. This webinar explores practical approaches and funding strategies to address the impact of the Opioid Crisis on homeless and vulnerable populations. More Details...

Health Center Stories (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: To give health centers insights on the capital development process, Capital Link regularly profiles health centers that have successfully completed their capital funding strategy. These client stories illustrate how health centers are striving to expand to meet the needs of their communities, using a wide variety of financing structures to achieve the goal of moving ahead with their capital projects. More Details...

Health Center Program is Increasing Access to Care Through Telehealth (2018). Resource Type: Publication. Description: A snapshot of the ways health centers are using telehealth in urban and rural service areas, as well as the most common barriers to implementing a telehealth program identified by health centers themselves. More Details...

Health Center on the Forefront of the Substance Use Treatment (2018). Resource Type: Publication. Description: An infographic showing how health centers have responded ot rising demand for substance use disorder (SUD)treatment and counseling during the ongoing opioid crisis. In addition to opioids and other SUDS, the infographic shows changes in other behavioral health services at health centers, including for alcohol dependence and tobacco cessation. More Details...

Health Center Investments in Enabling Services Associated with Better Outcomes (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This factsheet provides analysis of the health center data from the 2015 Uniform Data System (UDS). The data highlights that enabling services staffing and costs are associated with better national quality measures, including higher rate of HbA1c < 8%, higher rate of controlled hypertension, higher cervical cancer screening, and higher child immunization rate. More Details...

Health Center EHR RFP Addendum (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This is an addendum template to be added to an EHR Request For Proposal (RFP) to help health center further specify the EHR functionalities needed. You may also consider using the available template introductory letter for your RFP as well. For further guidance,&nbsp;this resource&nbsp;can help to guide your organization through the process of EHR procurement&nbsp;using&nbsp;a comprehensive tool such as the&nbsp;EHR Planning and Procurement Toolkit from the Massachusetts eHealth Institute (MEHI). This template is intended to be an addendum to the Request for Proposal (RFP) Template for Health Information Technology. This template can be used to add requirements specifically relating to the specialized requirements and operating environments of health centers. More Details...

Health Center Board Of Directors (BOD) Self-Assessment Tool: Meeting Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate (CLAS) Standards: Health Center Board Self-Assessment Tool: Culture and Language Access (2005). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: This Board of Directors (BOD) assessment tool for health center leadership assists in identifying strengths and growth areas necessary for providing culturally and linguistically appropriate services at the health center. More Details...

Health and Public Housing: Supporting Smoke-Free Public Housing in Health Centers (2018). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This one-pager describes HUD's Smoke-Free Housing Rule in detail and provides next steps for health centers. More Details...

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