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2014-2015 CECILIA B. ABHOLD AWARD RECIPIENTS
North Carolina Community Health Center Association
National Center for Farmworker Health
Northwest Regional Primary Care Association
OUTREACH ACROSS UNDERSERVED POPULATIONS
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WEST COAST SISTER C. ABHOLD AWARD RECIPIENTIt is with great pleasure that we announce the Northwest Regional Primary Care Association as recipients of the Sister Cecilia B. Abhold Award! The NWRPCA continually prioritizes outreach models as a core part of the Western Forum program. At HOP we believe that outreach is rooted in maintaining strong relationships with the community and the NWRPCA embodies this as they promote the work of community health workers, promotores, health educators, and so many more who provide outreach services to improve the health of their communities. Through the Western Forum and beyond, they work to improve credibility and professionalization of outreach workers. We want to thank the NWRPCA for their continued support of outreach programs!
COMMUNITY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT: A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding and Responding to the Needs of Your Community
HOP's Community Health Needs Assessment Toolkit provides a wealth of information, practical tools, and strategies to support organizations in their efforts to meet the health needs of underserved populations. The easy-to-use toolkit takes the user through the 5 key steps of the needs assessment process, and it is intended for health centers, Primary Care Associations, non-profit hospital organizations, other safety net providers, and local and state agencies.
MIDWEST SISTER C. ABHOLD AWARD RECIPIENTCongratulations to the National Center for Farmworker Health, Inc. on receiving the Sister Cecilia B Abhold Award for the Midwest Stream! NCFH ensures that promotoras and community health workers are a vital component of the Midwest Stream Farmworker Health Forum and that outreach is a central part of the workshops and discussions. They respond to the need for outreach worker professional development opportunities with an inspiring and affordable conference that leverages the wealth of knowledge that attendees posses. HOP thanks NCFH for their commitment to supporting outreach programs in the Midwest Stream.
In response, HOP developed the Outreach Business Value strategic framework and corresponding toolkit. The toolkit consists of four financial calculators that health centers can use to assess the financial case for investing in outreach. The calculators include:
1. The Outreach and Enrollment Calculator,
2. The Clinical Efficiency Calculator,
3. The Alternative Payment Methods Calculator, and
4. The Avoided Costs Calculator.
Each calculator in the toolkit allows decision-makers to look at a number of variables relevant for their health centers in order to calculate potential financial benefit achievable through outreach.
The strategic framework, dimensions of integration, and toolkit are available upon request to Health Center Program Grantees and Primary Care Associations. Stayed tuned to learn how to access this resource!
EAST COAST SISTER C. ABHOLD AWARD RECIPIENTWe are pleased to present the Sister Cecilia B Abhold Award to the North Carolina Community Health Center Association. We want to honor their leadership in, advocacy for, and advancement of outreach programs both at the East Coast Migrant Stream Forum and beyond. They have remained leaders in outreach and have ensured that the training and development of outreach workers and programs is an essential part of the forum. As outreach has grown in popularity and is being incorporated into more conferences and discussions, HOP believes that NCCHCA remains a pioneer, ensuring that the heart and spirit of outreach, all the intangibles, are a core part of the forum.
Click the links below to learn about and access a new brief by HOP! The brief includes case studies, findings, recommendations, and policy strategies can be used to both improve existing transportation programs and also serve as examples of how communities across the country can take an active role in expanding, supporting, or developing transportation models that meet the unique needs of marginalized, underserved populations.
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