Center for Community Health Innovation
As the country’s health care delivery system adopts improvements necessitated by the drive for lower costs and higher quality, Community Health Centers* must adapt, advance, and innovate. The Center for Community Health Innovation (CCHI) will work to identify, support, and replicate groundbreaking approaches to practice innovation, workforce development, and collaborative arrangements in the delivery of community-based health care.
The CCHI will evaluate existing best and promising practices and determine opportunities for value and scalability to further the health center mission. The goal of the CCHI is to prepare Community Health Centers for sustainable operational and clinical success, building on their unique, 50-plus-year history and commitment to equity and access.
*Also called Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs)
To assist and support America’s Community Health Centers in their efforts to increase access to affordable, quality health care by identifying, developing and disseminating innovative, value-driven, replicable models necessary for success in the 21st century.
The Center’s work is supported by a generous grant from the RCHN Community Health Foundation.
For more information, please contact Merrill W. Press, Senior Vice President of Development and Innovation at MPress@NACHC.org.