For state and regional Primary Care Associations (PCAs), NACHC is fortunate to have support from the Leon Lowenstein Foundation this year in the form of grants to help PCAs build capacity for the growth and development of mobile units at health centers
2023 Innovation Resolutions: Leveraging Existing Strengths to Innovate
This post is part of NACHC’s monthly Innovation Blog Series hosted by NACHC’s Center for Community Health Innovation (CCHI). As the new year starts, we are pushed to create resolutions that will make our lives different, better. But sometimes we forget that who we are is enough. That same mentality can be translated into our …
Good Reads to Inspire Innovation
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, …
Clinical Innovation Awards Honor Chatbot, Screening, and Well-Child Projects
The Clinical Innovation Showcase is a platform for clinical care teams to share unique and impactful initiatives designed to reach Quintuple Aim goals.
5 Tools to Kick-Start Innovation at Your Health Center
This post is part of our monthly Innovation Blog Series hosted by NACHC’s Center for Community Health Innovation. Camila Silva is NACHC’s Deputy Director of Innovation. Are innovation efforts at your Community Health Center intentional or are they simply an item on your to-do list? Monday to-do list: ☐ Help patients have a better waiting …
Human-Centered Design: Understanding the Problem
A key point of human-centered design is to take into consideration the users’ perspectives before jumping into solutions mode. Here are a few tools that can help your health center implement a human-centered approach.
Human-Centered Design and Health Center Innovation Intersect at the CHI & EXPO
This year’s CHI & EXPO features three different sessions about human-centered design that will dive deep into intentional innovation and illustrate how the process and mindset of HCD can help solve challenges at health centers, PCAs or HCCNs.
Agile Scrum Framework 101: Driving Change by Improving Process
by Camila Silva and Efe Omadevuae This post is the second in NACHC’s Innovation Blog Series. This series is hosted monthly by our Center for Community Health Innovation. If you are trying to implement a new idea or look at better ways to manage your existing work, you might utilize or consider several project management …