Este curso explora la dinámica involucrada en la gestión de un centro de salud durante emergencias concurrentes (por ejemplo, incendios forestales o huracanes durante COVID-19). A través de ejemplos del mundo real de emergencias concurrentes, los participantes terminarán el curso con una mejor comprensión de cómo estas emergencias podrían afectar los centros de salud y cómo prepararse de manera efectiva.
This course has been designed to impart or enhance knowledge of the exercise and incident response evaluation process. By the end of this course, participants will have a stronger understanding of why to conduct evaluations, what methods can be used to conduct evaluations, and how to develop an After-Action Report and Improvement Plan (AAR/IP).
This course explores the dynamics involved with managing a health center during concurrent emergencies (e.g., wildfire or hurricane during COVID-19). Through real-world examples of concurrent emergencies, participants will leave the course with a better understanding of how concurrent emergencies could impact health centers and how to effectively prepare.
The Health Equity Learning Hub is an asynchronous virtual learning environment. It is designed to assist clinics and other safety net health organizations in working toward health equity. Whether you are a provider, administrator, volunteer, board member or supportive services team member, the hub offers learning around equity, health disparities, and social determinants of health. It presents strategies, models, and programs to address social determinants of health, and advance health equity. Up to 6 CE hours are offered to all licensed providers.
This course is for clinics who are interested in learning the key tenets of the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model. Interested clinics may be interested in eventually pursuing accreditation as a PCMH through the National Committee for Quality Assurance, or may intend to implement some of they main learnings and practices without gaining accreditation.
The PCMH Toolkit is designed to provide tools, resources and support to clinics and health centers with adopting key components of the patient-centered medical home (PCMH) model. While the concepts and topics covered throughout the courses in this Toolkit are grounded in the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) 2017 Standards for PCMH, completing this Toolkit alone will not fully prepare clinics to achieve recognition from NCQA. The goal behind this Toolkit is to support clinics in the implementation of key elements of the PCMH model that have had the biggest impact on clinics that completed their transformation to PCMH – impacts on the clinic, staff, patients and quality.