This post is part of NACHC’s monthly Innovation Blog Series hosted by our Center for Community Health Innovation. We asked staff around NACHC what they read, watched, or listened to this year that they found helpful in expanding their thinking or introduced new ideas. See the list below. There are many more resources out there, …
In keeping with our mission to strengthen the health center movement, NACHC provides educational opportunities to support health centers in achieving excellence in patient care, operations, management, and more. These most popular trainings and webinars are just a sample of what we offer all year long.
NACHC’s podcast covers pressing public health issues and shares stories about how Community Health Centers deliver affordable, innovative care at the same time they are advancing health equity in their communities
Covering a range of topics, including value transformation, the health center workforce, and family planning, these are the 10 most-downloaded resources we released this year
The father-child attachment program at Mary’s Center supports participants with a two-pronged approach to build resiliency in children and parents.
As part of our 2022 year in review, we’re looking at the 10 most-read articles on the NACHC blog.
The expanded COVID funding allows health centers to continue efforts to form new or strengthen current on-the-ground partnerships with other entities to build vaccine trust and vaccine adherence.
Author: Sue Veer, MBA, president and CEO of Carolina Health Centers and NACHC Board Secretary. Right before Thanksgiving, Community Health Centers across the country held a Zoom Rally and Twitter Storm using the hashtag #340BThankful. During Thanksgiving week, the #340BThankful hashtag was used 305 times and garnered a whopping 120,826 impressions! Twitter is perhaps the …
The In-REACH program is rooted in the values of health centers, centering whole-person, preventive care that is available to all.
It was a bold idea: instead of building a new site from the ground up why not start from the steeple down? That’s exactly what happened when Community Health Centers of Oklahoma in Oklahoma City seized on a former Methodist Church as a new medical home. Now called the Perry Klaassen Family Medical Center the …