Registration is now open for the following upcoming regional trainings:
Master the Quadruple Aim of Health Center Operations Management
May 16 – 17 | Providence, RI
Elevating Health Center Operations (EHCO)
Early bird rates end May 2!
EHCO provides an opportunity for health center executives, senior leadership, and operations managers to delve into critical components that factor into the quadruple aim of enhancing the patient experience, improving population health, reducing costs, and improving the work life of all health center employees.
“Health Center 101” for New Health Centers
May 30 – 31 | Alexandria, VA
Starting with Success: Building and Enhancing Your Health Center (SWS)
Early bird rates end May 15!
Starting With Success: Building and Enhancing Your Health Center (SWS) is a two-day intensive for new health centers and new leaders of existing health centers. The training agenda offers an overview of the Health Center Program, the Regulatory Requirements, and Site Visit Protocol that was released in early 2018. In addition, this training will highlight the key components of health center finance and operations, and clinical service delivery models.
Leadership vs. Management: Learn how to make the distinction
2018 Financial Operations Management, Level III (FOM3)
June 13 – 14 | Kansas City, MO
Early bird registration ends May 30!
Drive performance skyward and gain valuable leadership skills with NACHC’s advanced FOM training! Participants will learn how to make data-driven decisions, identify effective compliance programs, distinguish between management and leadership, and discover approaches to creating incentive programs to drive performance. Register before May 30 for early bird savings on your FOM 3 experience.
Essential Clinical Leadership Training for Health Centers
Managing Ambulatory Health Care II (MAHC2)
June 25 – 28 | San Francisco, CA
Early bird rates end June 11!
Managing Ambulatory Health Care II (MAHC2) is a four-day intensive course designed specifically for health center clinicians (Medical Directors, Dental Directors, Behavioral Health Directors, other clinical leaders or managers) who have undertaken significant managerial responsibilities, yet are unable to take time away from the organization to complete a degree program in public health or health administration.