Learn about upcoming events and read the latest news affecting community health center professionals.
AHRQ Evidence-Based Practice Center provides products for health professionals to improve the delivery of care.
Advancing Quality Family Planning Practices: A Guide For Health Centers provides guidance to health centers wishing to expand and improve access to quality family planning and reproductive health services in their community. Contact Ellen Robinson for free print copies.
NACHC Population Health Management Fact Sheets
Population Health Management Overview
Patient-Centered Access Team-Based Care
Care Management Care Coordination
Quality Improvement/Performance Measurement
What Governing Boards Need to Know
The National Coalition for Sexual Health has released Sexual Health and Your Patients: A Provider’s Guide. Primary care providers can use this guide to better integrate sexual health conversations and related preventive sexual health services into routine adolescent and adult visits.
The National LGBT Health Education Center has developed digital and print resources to support health centers to collect and report Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SO/GI) data.
The Denver Prevention Training Center (Denver PTC) has partnered with NACHC, with funding from CDC, to provide no-cost HIV prevention capacity building services. They can work together with Primary Care Associations, health center controlled networks, and health centers to assess and improve current HIV prevention services based on organization goals for HIV services. Email Ashley Barrington for more information.
Improving Identification and Diagnosis of Hypertensive Patients Hiding in Plain Sight (HIPS) in Health Centers examines the use of algorithmic logic for identifying patients with possible undiagnosed hypertension to improve hypertension detection and diagnosis in health centers.
Training for New Clinical Directors:
Saturday, June 2, 2018 and Sunday, June 3, 2018, Chandler, AZ
Sponsored by the California Primary Care Association
Contact: Erin Perry