Clinical Matters

NACHC considers all Clinical Matters to support the nation’s Community Health Centers with:

  • State-of-the art training and resources in best practices for the care team workforce;
  • Value transformation guidance and innovations from NACHC’s Quality Center;
  • Expanded efficiencies in the use of patient and care team data with clinical informatics; and
  • Evidence-based, culturally-informed, practices scaled through impactful pilot projects.

Contact Ellen Robinson at 301-347-0400 for more information on NACHC’s clinical initiatives.


Clinical Initiatives

NACHC currently partners with Primary Care Associations (PCAs), Health Center Controlled Networks (HCCNs), health centers, and other organizations to address key clinical issues facing health centers. Recent projects have been supported by the Health Resources & Services Administration’s Bureau of Primary Health Care, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the DentaQuest Foundation.

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Quality Center

The Quality Center advances health outcomes, patient, and staff experience, health equity, and lower costs. We work with primary care associations, health center-controlled networks, and health center leaders, providers, and staff from across the country to improve care.

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Clinical Workforce

Investment in a diverse and resilient workforce that reflects the populations it serves and is equipped to address equity and social justice has always been core to the health center movement and mission. NACHC, in collaboration with its National Health Center Training and Technical Assistance (NTTAP) partners, is a national leader investing in the health center workforce and is engaged.

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Clinical Informatics

NACHC’s Clinical Informatics team empowers health center staff to improve patient care by using Electronic Health Records (EHR), Health Information Technology (HIT) tools, and data more effectively, by educating care teams in informatics principals and techniques, and enabling providers to manage populations and close care gaps.

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