Category: NACHC Events

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5 Things to Know About FOM/IT 2020

NACHC’s Financial Operations Management and Information Technology conference — aka FOM/IT — will showcase practical tools, cutting edge strategies, and technologies to address financial and operational challenges of today and the future. The conference will highlight high-performing health centers that are innovating and boldly redefining what community health looks like in action and practice. Read …

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Year of the Nurse 2020: A Conversation with Three Nurse Leaders

Three nurses. Three health centers. One conversation. Lasts week’s CHI@Home session celebrating the Year of the Nurse 2020 featured three seasoned Community Health Center nursing leaders. Together, these nurses explained how nurses should be viewed as central to the management of chronic disease, to helping patients overcome social and economic barriers to good health and …

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Celebrating Nurses in 2020

When people ask me what my days were like as a Community Health Center nurse, I don’t have a short answer. Health center nurses often find themselves directly engaged in patient care — triaging, administering medications and immunizations and treating wounds, but also navigating patients via phone, calling pharmacies to troubleshoot medications, attending meetings, and …

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Update on the 2019 NACHC CHI

The 2019 NACHC Community Health Institute and EXPO ended a packed day of education sessions, speakers, and a crowded exhibit with a “Disco Inferno” explosion of food and music. We started the morning at the General Session with U.S. Rep. Danny Davis (D-Ill.), a longtime champion of health centers, who reminded the gathering that, despite …

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Report from the NACHC CHI

One remarkable aspect of the 2019 NACHC Community Health Institute and EXPO is that this is the 50th year of the conference.  At the half-century mark, the national gathering is getting bigger than ever, with more than 2,500 attendees and 160 exhibitors in the EXPO Hall.  The conference also marks a transition of leadership on the …

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The NACHC CHI Kicks Off in Chicago

The 2019 NACHC Community Health Institute (CHI) and EXPO is underway in Chicago, with more than 2,700 health center leaders from around the country gathered under one roof (media advisory).  “Leadership, Collaboration, Innovation: Shaping the Future of Health Center Delivery,” is the theme of this year’s conference, which is chock full of education sessions and …

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Notes From The NACHC P & I Federal Update

It was a great day for attendees at today’s NACHC General Session.  George Sigounas, Administrator of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) announced a funding opportunity of $200 million for health centers to boost access to high-quality integrated behavioral health services, including prevention or treatment of mental health conditions and/or substance use disorders, including …

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NACHC P & I is Underway: Notes From the Field about Hill Day

Leagues of Community Health Center advocates went to Capitol Hill today to press for long-term and stabilized funding, and blow up Twitter with an abundance of posts about their visits. Advocates wore the color blue to identify themselves amid the throngs (a lot of other groups were advocating on the Hill today as well) and …

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The 2019 NACHC Policy and Issues Forum Kicks Off Today

We’re just a few hours into the 2019 NACHC Policy and Issues Forum (P&I) and already there’s been a frenzy of activity. Thousands of health center advocates have arrived and there’s a heightened buzz of excitement about making a fresh case to Capitol Hill lawmakers about the value of Community Health Centers. To get the …

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NACHC CHI Dispatch from Orlando

The NACHC CHI was off to a running start shortly after the crack of dawn in Florida today.  The continental breakfast in the EXPO Hall was served at 7:30 am and thereafter a flurry of education sessions on wide-ranging topics, from Patient Centered Medical Home recognition to the health impact of human trafficking, took place …