Tag: Health Center Funding

Health Center Advocacy, Health Center Federal Policy, Health Center Regulatory Issues, Uncategorized

Saving 340B Needs to Happen ASAP

NACHC has pushed forward to find a solution for health centers and other true safety-net providers by forming the Alliance to Save America’s 340B Program (ASAP 340B) with PhRMA, the trade association that represents drug manufacturers. With the partnership of health centers, patient advocates, community organizations, and leaders from the biopharmaceutical industry, the plan is to work with Congress to modernize and strengthen the 340B program.

Health Center Advocacy, Health Center Federal Policy, Health Center News, Uncategorized

Senate Hearing on Value of Community Health Centers

The U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) held a hearing on March 2 focusing on how Community Health Centers save lives and dollars. Chairman Bernie Sanders (I-VT), a longtime champion of health centers, underscored in opening remarks that investing in primary care should be a key priority: “Our challenge right now …


CBS Sunday Morning Show Host Jane Pauley, U.S. Rep Davis Keynote CHI General Session

The opening general session at the 2022 CHI & Expo in Chicago featured notable speakers, including Congressman Danny Davis, from the 7th Congressional District of Illinois, and Jane Pauley, host of the CBS Sunday Morning show. Davis started out the session by noting his deep roots in Chicago, “a city of health centers.” He walked …


NYU Langone’s Family Health Centers Steer Efforts Toward Improving the Community Health Workforce

In July, a new Psychiatry Residency program launched at the Family Health Centers at NYU Langone aimed at meeting the growing demand for behavioral health services.

Health Center Advocacy, Health Center Federal Policy, Health Center News

2019: Leaving Us Certain about Uncertainty

We turn the page on 2019 and plunge ahead to 2020 with a lot of unfinished work. A key task left unfinished as we approach a new decade is long-term and stable funding for Community Health Centers, now operating under a temporary measure through May 22nd. Even so, health centers are no less supported; indeed, …

NACHC Events

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 …

Health Center Federal Policy

Flurry of Activity in Washington Before the August Recess

There has been a timely burst of activity in Washington in recent days. The House Energy and Commerce Committee has advanced a health care package that included legislation to extend health center funding for four years. On the same day, dozens of health center advocates stormed the halls of Congress to demand long-term and robust …

Health Center Federal Policy

An Update on Health Center Funding Reauthorization

Editors Note: NACHC staff Amy Simmons Farber and Oliver Spurgeon are contributors to this blog post. The busy year for health center funding activity in Congress continues. The Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Committee has passed a bipartisan measure that aims to curb high costs and unexpected bills for patients, and includes a …