Hear from the staff and patients on the front lines of community health care.
The bill signed into law today builds upon Congress’ historic commitments to health centers by providing $1.626 billion in discretionary federal grant funding to support and expand primary care access in over 10,000 rural and urban communities in the U.S.
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar will address attendees at the General Session on Friday, March 16th, at 10:15 am
Community Health Centers Respond to the Nation’s Opioid and Addiction Epidemic.
A group of 10 health centers involved in a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)-funded project decided to test new population health approaches to identify patients who suffer from hypertension but were undiagnosed.
“Community health centers are a vital piece of the US health care delivery infrastructure.”
$7.8 billion dollars in federal grant funding for the Community Health Center program was included in the bipartisan budget deal passed by Congress.
Congressional supporters and health center advocates – including patients, board members and executives — from across the country will discuss the dire need to extend funding for Community Health Centers.
Despite widespread bipartisan agreement on the need to pass long-term funding for Community Health Centers, we are extremely disappointed that this funding was not included in the Continuing Resolution.
The effort will help build health center capacity and promote the advancement of value-based payment arrangements among provider memberships.