NACHC Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) Learning Collaboratives
NACHC’s learning collaboratives allows health center peers to come together to study and apply operations, leadership and quality improvement methodology to focused topic areas. Collaborative learning is the educational approach of using groups to enhance learning through working together. Groups of two or more learners work together to solve problems, complete tasks, or learn new concepts.
This approach actively engages learners to process and synthesize information and concepts, rather than using rote memorization of facts and figures. Learners work with each other on projects, where they must collaborate as a group to understand the concepts being presented to them. Through defending their positions, reframing ideas, listening to other viewpoints and articulating their points, learners will gain a more complete understanding as a group than they could as individuals.
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Revenue Cycle Learning Collaborative
Plans are underway for the 2021 Revenue Cycle Learning Collaborative. This learning collaborative features three curriculum components, including training workshops, interactive webinars and an online community. The target audience for this offering are Revenue Cycle Leads, Front Office managers and IT managers. Stay tuned for details!
New Chief Financial Officers’ Institute
Now accepting applications! The New CFO Leadership Institute – A 6-Month Learning Collaborative | Kick off December 2020
The New CFOI offers big picture concepts, strategic leadership training and peer networking for health center financial leaders. CFOI is designed for new health center chief financial officers (CFOs). This six-month program can ensure you have the training, resources, and support you need to successfully lead your health center in an ever-changing healthcare environment. The CFOI curriculum is designed to provide interactive and action-oriented learning experiences that meet the training needs of today’s CFOs.
Unless otherwise noted, these projects are supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of
*Indicates projects not supported by the HRSA cooperative agreement.