CHC Webcast Series.

RCHN Community Health Foundation’ s live webinar series focuses on  key issues and research relevant to community health centers.

The series features prominent guest speakers as well as research and reports from the Geiger Gibson/ RCHN Community Health Foundation Research Collaborative and our ongoing work in health information technology and other areas. We have partnered with the Clinical Directors Network (CDN), a well-regarded practice-based research network dedicated to developing educational programs and training opportunities for clinicians and other staff who serve low income and minority patients, to produce this series.

Archived recordings and session slides will be available after each live session.

  • Medicaid Delivery and Payment Reform: Experience of MA and NY Community Health Centers (April 2019)

    A recent in depth study of Medicaid delivery system and payment reform demonstrations in Massachusetts and New York concluded that a strong working partnership between Medicaid and community health centers will prove central to successful reform. The presenters provided an overview of MA and NY Medicaid Delivery and Payment Reform (DSRIP) goals, focused on community …

  • Community Health Centers and Family Planning in An Era of Policy Uncertainty (April 2018)

    A recent study from the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) provides an update and comprehensive look at the provision of reproductive health care to low-income women by community health centers. The presenters addressed the study findings on the availability of family planning services at community health centers and discussed implications for policy and financing as well as …

  • Outreach and Enrollment Projects: Sharing Strategies and Outcomes (June 2015)

    This webinar features the Foundation’s six outreach and enrollment initiative grantees who will provide an update on their projects and best practices aimed at enhancing health insurance enrollment, coverage retention and access. (June 30, 2015)

  • CHC Entry-Level Workforce Projects: Lessons Learned (May 2014)

    In 2012 the RCHN CHF launched its Workforce Initiative aimed at helping CHCs to identify and address the challenges of recruiting, training and retaining a highly skilled entry-level workforce in the wake of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and the increase in demand for health care workers across the professions and at all levels. (May …

  • Strengthening Immigrants’ Health Access: Current Opportunities (February 2014)

    While the Affordable Care Act (ACA) does not expand access to health insurance for undocumented immigrants, it may pave the way to health care coverage for as many as six million legal immigrants who have had trouble obtaining insurance, and may begin to close the coverage gap between immigrants and native-born adults. (February 6, 2014)