Webinars

Patient Centered Medical Home Case Study Featuring Mary Howard Health Center

This webinar is the third in a four-part series on Patient Centered Medical Home; recordings and presentations from previous webinars are available in the "Webinar Archives" section below. In this case study of Mary Howard, a nurse-managed health center, presenters will discuss the NCQA's PCMH standards and how they relate to an HCH grantee, the role of outreach staff and a Trans-disciplinary Team in securing level 3 PCMH certification, and resources to help in preparing for the PCMH evaluation.

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Home Visiting Program for Underserved Families (for Clinicians)

Monday, November 14, 2011
This webinar will teach clinicians about the services, tools and challenges involved in working within a Home Visiting Program in New Mexico. The Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program is a federally funded initiative to provide educational, preventive, and social services to at-risk families to foster positive parent-child relationships that result in healthy outcomes … More

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Managing Chronic Pain for Adults Experiencing Homelessness

The HCH Clinicians’ Network has developed Adapting Your Practice: Recommendations for the Care of Homeless Adults with Chronic Non-Malignant Pain (edited by Patricia Post, MPA) in response to reported needs from a 2010 chronic pain management survey of the Clinicians’ Network and the Respite Care Providers’ Network memberships. This webinar will highlight major components of the recommendations.
Presenters:

Barbara Wismer… More

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Coordinated Care for the Homeless Population

This webinar, presented in collaboration with the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare, is an overview of Community Mental Health and Health Care for the Homeless services. There will be four case study presentations on successfully working in a partnership.
Presenters:

Barbara DiPietro, PhD; Director of Policy, National Health Care for the Homeless Council
Kathy Reynolds, Vice President, Health Integration … More

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Rural Health Centers: Wyoming’s Story

In this webinar, Patrick Monahan, executive director of the Wyoming Primary Care Association, will discuss the differences between urban and rural health centers, highlighting the unique circumstances that have an impact on health care delivery in rural communities as illustrated by the health care environment in Wyoming.
Presenters:

Patrick Monahan, Executive Director, Wyoming Primary CareAssociation
Tina Linkenauger, CEO, Sweetwater County … More

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Motivational Interviewing: An Overview with Application for Outreach for the HCH setting

An overview of the concepts of motivational interviewing from a practitioner specializing in dual-diagnosis, this webinar will also include practical application of motivational interviewing in outreach to persons experiencing homelessness.
Presenters

Kevin Kelley, LFMT; Clinical Director, Homeless Health Care Los Angeles; Los Angeless
John Petroskas, BA, JD; Outreach Worker, Catholic Charities; Minneapolis

http://www.nhchc.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/MI.mp4Podcast: Play in new window | Download… More

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Patient-Centered Medical Home: A Case Study on Achieving Level 3

This webinar will examine the NCQA recognition process and the experience of Hudson River Health Care, which has achieved Level 3 Recognition.
Presenters:

Kathi Brieger, RD, CDE; Vice President, Quality Services, Hudson River Health Care; Peekskill, New York
Anna Gard, FNP-BC; Health Disparities Consultant, Association of Clinicians for the Underserved; Glenside, Pennsylvania

http://www.nhchc.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/CaseStudyPCMH.mp4Podcast: Play in new window | Download… More

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Community Health Worker Guide

This webinar will orient participants to the new guide on integrating community health workers into an health care for the homeless project, with a focus on outreach and enrollment. Two HCH projects’ community health workers will be featured—one whose focus is on navigation and enrollment and the other whose focus is on outreach and education. Learn how community health workers … More

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