The National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) Training and Technical Assistance (T/TA) Department offers a wide variety of trainings and resources that encompass all facets of community health center operations. Our innovative trainings and resources are sure to add to the overall effectiveness of your center. View the listing below for a sample of some of the offerings currently available.
Also, please visit the "List of trainings" navigation bar located on the lower left hand side of your screen for information about additional trainings and webinars.
Click here for a summary of NACHC's 2015 regional trainings.
2015 Policy and Issues Forum recordings are now available on the MyNACHC Learning Center.
For those of you looking for continuing education credit information or handouts from P&I 2015, please contact Narine Hovnanian email@example.com.
2015 Regional Trainings and Conferences
July 9-10 | Denver, CO
Accountable Care Academy: Moving from Volume to Value
July 22-23 | Salt Lake City, UT
Practice Operations Management, Level II (POM II)
August 5-6 | Washington, DC
Revenue Cycle 360°
Registration now open! August 20-22 | Orlando, FL
Starting with Success: Building and Enhancing Your Health Center (CHI Pre-conference training)
Registration now open! August 22 | Orlando, FL
Board Chair/CEO Partnership (CHI Pre-conference training)
Applications now being accepted!
January 11-14 | Delray Beach, FL
Managing Ambulatory Health Care I: Introductory Course for Clinicians in Community Health Centers (MAHC I) (Co-sponsored by NACHC, Migrant Clinicians Network and the Florida Association of Community Health Centers)
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2015 NACHC Regional Trainings
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Partial listing of 2015 regional trainings.
August 23-25, 2015 | Hyatt Regency Orlando - Orlando, FL
Registration now open! 2015 Community Health Insitute & Expo
Resources and Publications
Below are just a few of the resources now available Health Centers, PCAs, and Networks. To take advantage of these and other invaluable learning tools, visit the MyNACHC Learning Center and follow the log in instructions.
Finance and Operations Management
FQHC Billing Manual – Supports health centers’ efforts in increasing efficiency, and accuracy in the billing and collection process. This product is hard copy only and it will be shipped to you upon purchase.
Health Information and Technology
New A Buyer's Guide to Business Intelligence Tools Health Information Technology – Equips Health Centers and Primary Care Organizations with a better understanding of data aggregation and analytical tools and covers considerations and decisions as it relates to vendor evaluation, selection, implementation, use.
New Meaningful Use Stage 1: Guide and Crosswalk to Patient Centered Medical Home – A summary of the most important information Health Centers need to know in relation to Stage 1 of the Medicaid EHR incentive program and its overlap with the 2011 NCQA Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) standards.
New Meaningful Use Stage 2: Guide and Crosswalk to Patient Centered Medical Home – A summary of the most important information Health Centers need to know in relation to Stage 2 of the Medicaid EHR incentive program and its overlap with the 2014 NCQA Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) standards.
New Three Human Resources "Notes"– Guidance about HR-related issues – 1) for health centers without dedicated HR staff; 2) HR responsibilities unique to health centers, and 3) changes in HR functions due to health center growth.
National and State/Regional PCA Trainings
NACHC partners with state and regional primary care associations (PCAs) to provide a monthly listing of regional trainings, webinars, resources and publications. Click here to view a PDF of a partial listing 2015 National and S/R PCA educational offerings.
For additional information, contact Sherry Giles at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (301) 347-0400, ext. 2027.