With more than 61 million people living in areas of the United States designated as Dental Health Professional Shortage Areas (Dental HPSAs), it’s important to shine a light on an emerging dental care team provider that is helping community health centers expand access to dental care, the dental therapist. Oral Health in America (NIH 2021) provided …
Through a partnership, NACHC is helping health centers to expand their support for communities’ mental well-being through training in “mental health first aid.”
The 340B Drug Pricing Program makes it possible for Community Health Center patients to afford life-saving medications and is an an essential source of support for health centers to stretch increasingly scarce federal resources and reinvest in patient care. Over the course of the past few years, while health centers have been fighting COVID-19, the program …
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
With approximately 35.6% of all Community Health Center patients struggling with diabetes, here are some useful resources available for health centers.
fronting the challenges of a global pandemic and the need for innovative virtual models of care, NACHC is delivering solutions through the Quality Center.
CDC has released a great learning resource, “Foundations: Building the Safest Dental Visit,” a free online, self-paced training.
The federal government has awarded grants to 17 Primary Care Associations and Community Health Centers to help educate and enroll people in health coverage through the Affordable Care Act Marketplace, Medicaid, or the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP).
A new physician assistant program provides another opportunity for A. T. Still University to ally with NACHC to train healers from health center communities.
The surge of the Delta variant of COVID-19 could not come at a worse time. A federal moratorium on evictions that’s been in place as a public health measure expires this weekend (July 31) renewing concerns about how to keep people safe in their homes and out of crowded or congregate settings that could facilitate …