Webinars

Ready, Set, Go: The Road to Meaningful Use of EHRs

Thursday, May 24, 2012
This webinar will focus on key strategies for successful adoption and utilization of electronic health records, including workforce development, financial support and federal incentives, provider and consumer education, and communication infrastructure to meet the meaningful use requirements of the 2009 ARRA HITECH ACT. Highlighting best practice examples of successful adaptations and implementations serving homeless communities and … More

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Keeping Homeless Children Safe from Lead Poisoning

Tuesday, February 28, 2012
This workshop will discuss the issue of childhood lead poisoning, particularly as it relates to homeless families, program successes and challenges, and how the program can be implemented nationwide. Homeless children are at a particularly high risk for lead poisoning. A recent study shows homeless children in Philadelphia suffer from twice the rate of lead poisoning … More

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The Health of LGBT People: Ending Disparities, Ending Invisibility

Wednesday, February 8, 2012
This webinar will describe health disparities found among lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and some of the factors that influence these disparities. Participants will learn strategies for taking a sensitive history with LGBT people, ways of inquiring about and being supportive of a patient’s sexual orientation and gender identity, and resources and trainings available from … More

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Consumer Involvement in Governance Webinar

Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Would you like to engage consumers in leadership decision-making at your HCH project? Are you considering developing a consumer advisory board? Hear from the Albuquerque HCH project about how its consumer advisory board and consumer board members have helped to maximize the ease of use and comfort of their facilities for all of their patients. Learn … More

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Infection Control Policies and Practices for Medical Respite Program

Thursday, January 26, 2012
This webinar will describe infection control policies and practices to prevent the spread of infections related to respiratory disease, wounds, and gastrointestinal illnesses in medical respite programs. Medical respite programs provide post-acute clinical care and 24-hour bed rest to people experiencing homelessness and recuperating from illness or injury. With patients often sharing the same quarters, effective … More

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Developing a Cold Weather Sheltering Plan for People Experiencing Homelessness Webinar

Thursday, January 12, 2012
With the arrival of the winter season, many communities are developing and activating emergency cold weather sheltering plans for people who are experiencing homelessness. This webinar, co-sponsored by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Health Care for the Homeless Council, will provide … More

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How to Partner With Your Local Housing Authority

Tuesday December 13, 2011
This webinar will focus on the barriers that public housing residents share with homeless individuals and the benefits of partnering with your local housing authority to surmount them. Alex Lehr O’Connell will also discuss HRSA’s Public Housing Primary Care Program.
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Alex Lehr O’Connell, MPH, CPH; Manager, Technical Assistance and Consultation, Community Health Partners for Sustainability, … More

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Patient Centered Medical Home Case Study featuring Yakima Neighborhood Health Services

Yakima Neighborhood Health Services, a member of the Council, and a 330 funded HCH program will share their journey as the first Community Health Center in Washington State to achieve Level 3 NCQA Recognition - for our 8th Street CHC, as well as our Satellite HCH clinic - Neighborhood Connections.
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