Addressing the Need
Community Health Center, Inc. (CHC) received a National Cooperative Agreement (NCA) to address the most fundamental need of health centers now and for the coming decades: a clinically expert, deeply committed staff representing all roles and disciplines in primary care that is trained to a high performance model of team-based care. To address this need, CHC continues to support your health center through education, assistance and training.
Learning Collaborative Applications are now available!
Advancing Team-Based Care
The Team-Based Care Learning Collaborative is a 10-month participatory learning experience offered by the National Cooperative Agreement (NCA) for Clinical Workforce Development, funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration, and hosted by Community Health Center, Inc.(CHCI) in Middletown, CT. The Collaborative is designed to provide transformational strategies and coaching support to help primary care practices in Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) implement an advanced model of team-based care. The Collaborative will provide a series of videoconference learning sessions with 10-12 primary care teams from across the country, as well as in-person quality improvement training, ongoing mentoring for coaches in your organization, technical assistance, and access to web-based tools. Teams will complete an assessment of their current practice using a nationally recognized method to identify opportunities for improvement, and will work between learning sessions to meet their aims.
Previous 2017 webinars:
August 23: Clinical Workforce Development NCA Informational Webinar
Learn more about training and technical assistance offered through Community Health Center Inc.'s National Cooperative Agreement (NCA) on Clinical Workforce Development. Hear more about FREE Learning Collaboratives opportunities to enhance or implement a model of Team-Based Care at your Health Center, and how to implement a Post-Graduate Residency program for Nurse Practitioners and Post-Doc Clinical Psychologists.
September 12th: Building the Case for Starting a Post-Graduate Residency Program for Family and Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners at Your Health Center.
This webinar will focus on building the case for starting a post-graduate family or psychiatric NP residency program at your health center. This webinar will cover the history, benefits and logistics of the post-graduate Nurse Practitioner residency program, and is ideal for health centers that are interested in learning more about starting a program at their health center.