NACHC’s Elevate: Transforming Health Center Systems
Elevate is FREE to all health centers, health center look-alikes, primary care associations (PCAs), and health center controlled networks (HCCNs).
A national learning forum that supports health center systems change through application of NACHC’s Value Transformation Framework.
Explore the benefits and opportunities of Elevate 2022 by clicking on the video below (45 seconds).
When you join Elevate, you will have exclusive access to:
- Free training and technical assistance in health center systems change to support improved outcomes and value
- Members-only access to subject matter experts in areas such as FQHC billing & coding, evidence-based care, care management, and more!
- No cost access to an online learning community offering action-oriented resources, workflows, and on-demand microlearnings that provide big learning in little time
- Free access to a tool that assesses progress in areas of systems change (the Value Transformation Framework) and allows benchmarking with peers across the nation.
The goal of Elevate is to help health centers advance value, including:
- Improve health outcomes,
- Improve patient and staff experiences
- Reduce costs
- Improve equity
Learn about the Value Transformation Framework and free transformation resources available to Elevate participants! (2 minutes)
The Elevate platform has been of great value to El Rio. Elevate allows a methodology of self-reflection and assessment as well as provides resources and collaborative learnings that allow all health centers to better meet the challenges of navigating the changing paradigm of healthcare delivery.
Douglas Spegman, MD, El Rio Health, AZ
Connect and collaborate
I highly recommend participating in the Elevate learning forum. It has been an excellent tool for enhancing and supporting the work we have been doing with our member health centers in the area of practice transformation. Our health centers enjoy the comprehensive information provided by NACHC and learning best practices from their peers in other states. The Action Guides are a great resource for implementing the content covered during the learning forums.
Russell Dexter, MBA, CPHQ, Community Health Center Association of Connecticut, CT