Infographics.

  • Community Health Centers: Caring for Our Nation’s Veterans

    The number of veterans served by community health centers has increased by 43 percent in less than 10 years, according to an infographic produced by researchers at the Geiger Gibson/RCHN Community Health Foundation Research Collaborative, which is based at the George Washington University’s Milken Institute School of Public Health. This finding and other data presented in the infographic indicate that community health center locations help improve access to care for veterans across the country.

  • Smoking Cessation – Integrating Tobacco-Dependency Treatment Interventions with Primary Care

    Charles B. Wang Community Health Center, with the support of RCHN Community Health Foundation, developed and implemented a population-focused initiative “Community Action on Smoking and Health.” Program interventions to advance smoking cessation in an at-risk population – including community outreach, one-on-one counseling, nicotine replacement therapy and other approaches – are presented by the project team, along with initial outcomes. (National Association of Community Health Centers, Community Health Institute, August 2016)

  • Community Health Centers: Caring for People – Good for Communities

    Updated infographic shows  the scope and impact of America’s community health centers,  which have doubled the number of people served in  just ten years and continue to serve as essential providers and  community-based employers.

  • The ACA has led to more health center patients with insurance

    Our new infographic offers a snapshot of the new UDS data, and shows that nearly 23 million people were served by community health centers  in 2014. Within just one year (2013-2014), the total number of patients served by health centers increased by more than 1.1 million patients. Meanwhile the number of health center patients with health insurance increased by 2.3 million and the number of uninsured patients declined dramatically, by 1.2 million.

  • Community Health Centers: Caring for People – Benefitting Communities

    To cap off National Health Center Week 2014, we’ve created a new infographic illustrating the impact of Community Health Centes on the US health care system & in communities across the country.

  • Recognizing Health Centers

    In recognition of National Health Center Week, view the RCHN Community Health Foundation’s latest infographic illustrating the diverse populations served by CHCs across the country. 

  • Primary Care Funding Cliff: Will Funding for CHCs keep up with patient demand?

    Depending on the outcome of key federal and state policy decisions: support for health center funding (either through a continuation of mandatory funding or an increase in discretionary appropriation levels) and state implementation of Medicaid expansion could potentially impact the number of patients who could be served in health centers in 2014 and 2020.