NACHC Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) Learning Collaboratives


NACHCโ€™s learning collaboratives allow 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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2022 Look-Alike Health Center Learning Collaborative

National Association of Community Health Centers
2022 Look-Alike Health Center Learning Collaborative
April 19 โ€“ June 21 2022
Application Period: March 16 โ€“ March 30, 2022.

Apply now for NACHCโ€™s second annual Look-Alike Health Center Learning Collaborative. Launching in April 2022, this interactive and engaging Learning Collaborative provides leadership teams from 15-20 Look-Alike Health Center an opportunity to connect with peers and exchange tools, resources, and best practices on selected topics. Each workshop will provide a deep-dive presentation on a topic relevant specifical to Look-Alike operations and finance. Faculty include staff from NACHC, HRSA/BPHC, in addition to leaders from other FQHC Look-Alike Health Centers.
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Apply here: https://nachc.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bCoBJF6ndLcu9dI.

For more information, contact Ted Henson at trainings@nachc.org.

Health Center Resource Clearinghouse Collaborative

The Health Center Resource Clearinghouse: Developing Strategies for Engaging Learners
4 Virtual sessions | February 24 โ€“ April 21, 2022

We are excited to offer a new learning collaborative, โ€œThe Health Center Resource Clearinghouse: Developing Strategies for Engaging Learners.โ€ We are looking for training and development managers and staff from health centers and PCAs who will collaboratively work to strengthen the Clearinghouseโ€™s efforts to build out more structured ways to learn. The focus will be on bundling resources, refining promising practices, introducing micro-learning, and improving ways for health centers to participate in learning collaboratives.

Target Audience:
  • Health Center staff or managers who are responsible for staff training and development
  • Chief Workforce Officers
  • In-house Training Directors
  • PCAs who can partner with a health center in their state
  • Others
ย ย Session Dates:ย 
  • 2/24/2022
  • 3/17/2022
  • 4/7/2022
  • 4/21/2022 *

To join the Learning Collaborative, please fill out our online application. We look forward to working with you!

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*If you have questions regarding this Learning Collaborative, please contact:ย  eschelb@nachc.comย 

2022 Revenue Cycle National Learning Collaborative for Health Centers

NACHCโ€™s 2022 Revenue Cycle National Learning Collaborative for Health Centers
April 26 โ€“June 14, 2022 | No Application Fee
Application Period: March 18, 2022 โ€“ April 15, 2022

This national learning collaborative is a program managed by NACHC. The target audience for this offering are Revenue Cycle Leads, Front Office managers and support will be needed from IT managers. Participants will attend 6 Webinars, have ongoing support and resources from the Revenue Cycle Learning Collaborative Online Community and select a custom pilot project.

The program offers 3 curriculum components, including:

All Virtual Interactive Webinars (6):

  • A virtual classroom designed to provide expert coaching and peer to peer interaction
  • A kick off meeting at the beginning of the Learning Collaborative designed for participants to engage and learn through shared experiences and best practices on key performance indicators.
  • A peer to peer showcase session at the end of the Learning Collaborative designed for participants to share their pilot projects with one another.

Individual pilot projects

  • Training and support to promote revenue cycle process improvement in each participant’s health center.

Online Community

  • A “safe space” for Learning Collaborative members to share ideas, knowledge and practices with each other.

You will use the real-life challenges you are facing today to develop strategic leadership skills, health center knowledge, and peer contacts that you can use now and throughout your career.

To ensure that the group size is small enough to foster connections and meaningful participation, the Learning Collaborative is limited to 25 participants.
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Apply here: ย https://bit.ly/3M8B1a0.

For questions regarding this Learning Collaborative, please contact Ama Johnson, trainings@nachc.org.

Sustaining and Increasing Access to Care in Rural Communities Learning Collaborative

Sustaining and Increasing Access to Care in Rural Communities Learning Collaborative
Apply now! Applications due March 2!

NACHC and Capital Link, Inc. are partnering to offer this series of four, 90-minute interactive webinars from March to June 2022 as an opportunity to explore community needs, growth planning, and financing options for health centers serving rural communities.

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Unless otherwise noted, these projects are supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $6,625,000 with individually noted percentage financed with non-governmental sources. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by HRSA, HHS, or the U.S. Government. For more information, please visit HRSA.gov.

*Indicates projects not supported by the HRSA cooperative agreement.