the mission of the RCHN Community Health Foundation (RCHN CHF) is to support and benefit community health centers and the communities they serve through strategic investment, outreach, education, and cutting-edge health policy research

Projects & Research

RCHN CHF’s initiatives aim both to address the unique challenges that community health centers face today, and support the development of opportunities to sustain CHCs in the future. << >>

 

Partnerships

By working in partnership to leverage opportunities and resources for community health centers, RCHN CHF is investing in our communities and in our future.

A membership organization representing community health centers and dedicated to expanding access to health care.

 

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The Geiger Gibson Program in Community Health Policy is a special initiative of Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University.

 

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A business development affiliate of NACHC, CHV offers products and services to meet the specific needs of CHCs.

 

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One Million Patients Could Lose Primary Care if Residency Training in Underserved Regions is Eliminated

02/27/2015

Loss of funding could disrupt the training of 550 current medical residents and cut off the pipeline of future primary care residents, says a new report conducted by the Geiger Gibson/RCHN Community Health Foundation Research Collaborative.

Children’s Health Insurance Program and Community Health Centers Closely Linked, Vulnerable to Cuts

02/23/2015

CHIP is central to health centers’ ability to ensure high quality,  appropriate care

“Who’s Counting on You to Stay Healthy” – Comprehensive Insurance Outreach and Enrollment in Maine

01/26/2015

Maine Primary Care Association (MPCA) and 18 member health centers have collaborated  to develop a comprehensive strategy focused on enrolingl uninsured Maine residents in the ACA healthcare exchanges and MaineCare. 

Using Payment Reform Strategies to Strengthen Family Planning Services at Community Health Centers

01/07/2015

New report describes how payment reform could improve family planning services offered by the nation’s community health centers.