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 …
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
One of the unexpected bonuses of the NACHC P & I is that is that it gives health center advocates a bit of a strategy reset as they gather and connect, share greetings over the chat and reflect beyond the struggles of day. The second day of P&I focused on prepping advocates in a Policy …
Health centers sprang into existence more than five decades ago as part of a “ripple effect” from the Civil Rights Movement, writes Lathran Woodard.
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.”
Launched in the middle of 2021, NACHC’s Center for Community Health Innovation has made impressive progress during our startup phase.
Every year the global community marks World AIDS day on December 1. It’s a painful reminder that sometimes there are no endings when it comes to fighting disease and protecting humanity. There are 38 million people living with HIV around the world, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. While new HIV diagnoses …