For many health centers, PrEP, or Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis, is a new and yet to be implemented tool for preventing HIV. It’s actually a game changer. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, PrEP can prevent HIV infection risk by 90-99% for very high-risk patients when it’s used properly. It’s recommended for men who have …
An IT Clinical Champion can be a physician or a member of the quality improvement team. They work very closely with clinical care teams to improve the clinicians’ user experience with the health center’s Electronic Health Records (EHR).
With the celebration of Nurses Week (May 6-12), we are eager to recognize and honor nurses who have impressed and inspired their co-workers throughout this past year.
by Camila Silva and Efe Omadevuae This post is the second in NACHC’s Innovation Blog Series. This series is hosted monthly by our Center for Community Health Innovation. If you are trying to implement a new idea or look at better ways to manage your existing work, you might utilize or consider several project management …
From a very competitive pool of applicants, 15 health center professionals were selected to receive the Geiger Gibson Emerging Leader Award.
Leading Change was a unique opportunity to be able to work together with the field in offering groundbreaking approaches and novel strategies for delivering virtual care at home
As our health care teams continue to push through this pandemic response, we must acknowledge and meet our provider teams where they are.
With about one-third of adults in the U.S. still completely unvaccinated and new cases of COVID-19 on the rise, U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy has called for a war against “health misinformation.”
With approximately 35.6% of all Community Health Center patients struggling with diabetes, here are some useful resources available for health centers.
The United States has a legal obligation to provide health care to Native Americans. Yet, the Native American community faces significant health status and health care inequities when compared to other U.S. populations. Native Americans born today have a life expectancy that is 4.4 years less than the overall U.S. population, and they die at …