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Making the 2020 Census Count for CT Public Health

Webinar

2020 Census CT_Webinar_9.18.19   Making the 2020 Census Count for CT Public Health Wednesday, September 18, 2019, 12 to 1 pm ET TRAIN Course ID: 1087133 Register Here   Join us to learn why the 2020 census is so important to public health and what you can do to help Connecticut be the best counted state in […]

Free

NCQA’s Introduction to PCMH Program: Foundational Concepts of the Medical Home

James W. Hunt, Jr. Training & Learning Center 16 Brooks Street, Worcester

This ​program ​is ​an ​in-depth ​guide ​to ​NCQA ​Recognition ​requirements ​and ​the ​process ​for ​achieving ​PCMH ​recognition. What ​You ​Will ​Learn ​- ​At ​the ​conclusion ​of ​the ​program, ​participants ​will ​have ​the ​knowledge ​they ​need ​to: ​Identify ​the ​core ​attributes ​of ​patient-centered ​medical ​homes, ​Identify ​required ​evidence ​and ​determine ​how ​to ​present ​it, ​Describe ​processes ​and ​procedures ​that ​demonstrate ​transformation ​into ​the ​medical ​home ​model, ​Understand ​the ​roles ​of ​the ​NCQA ​Representative ​and ​Evaluator ​and ​CCE, ​Examine ​the ​challenging ​requirements ​in ​a ​variety ​of ​practice ​environments, ​and ​Outline ​the ​features ​and ​functions ​of ​the ​Q-PASS ​system.

$150

Cultural Humility Training

Marcia K. Petrillo Community Space 912 Silas Deane Highway, Suite 106, Wethersfield

CHCACT is partnering with Health Equity Solutions to provide a Cultural Humility training to expand awareness on cultural disparities to increase patient engagement in their care and improve health outcomes. Health Equity Solutions will be utilizing a train-the-trainer model to support all staff employ cultural humility and health equity concepts. Cultural Humility is defined as […]

Free

NCQA’s Advanced PCMH Program: Mastering the Medical Home Transformation

James W. Hunt, Jr. Training & Learning Center 16 Brooks Street, Worcester

This ​advanced ​course ​is ​intended ​for ​individuals ​who ​have ​applied ​NCQA ​PCMH ​Recognition ​requirements ​in ​the ​practice ​setting. ​It ​examines ​the ​PCMH ​2017 ​standards ​and ​the ​redesigned ​assessment ​process. ​ What ​You ​Will ​Learn ​- ​At ​the ​conclusion ​of ​the ​program, ​participants ​will ​have ​the ​knowledge ​they ​need ​to: ​Discuss ​transfer ​credit ​and ​distinctions, ​explain ​how ​elective ​criteria ​build ​upon ​core ​criteria ​within ​a ​competency, ​examine ​opportunityed ​and ​approaches ​to ​continue ​to ​succeed ​in ​the ​PCMH ​model ​of ​care, ​determine ​a ​strategy ​for ​preparing ​a ​practice ​for ​the ​three ​(3) ​virtual ​check-ins ​and ​begin ​to ​create ​a ​transformation ​plan, ​describe ​the ​types ​of ​evidence ​a ​practice ​can ​provide ​to ​meet ​the ​intent ​of ​a ​criterion, ​competency ​and ​concept. ​

$100

Cultural Humility Training

Pequot Library 720 Pequot Avenue, Southport

CHCACT is partnering with Health Equity Solutions to provide a Cultural Humility training to expand awareness on cultural disparities to increase patient engagement in their care and improve health outcomes. Health Equity Solutions will be utilizing a train-the-trainer model to support all staff employ cultural humility and health equity concepts. Cultural Humility is defined as […]

Free

2019 Eastern Connecticut Heart Walk

Mohegan Reservation 13 Crow Hill Road, Uncasville

By participating in the Heart Walk, you’re joining a million Heart Walk Heroes from across the nation raising funds for lifesaving science. Science that can teach us all how to live longer and be Healthy For Good. Take a few minutes to consider the lives you are going to help change for the better through […]

Corporate Compliance Workgroup Meeting

CHCACT 1484 Highland Avenue, Suite 2, Cheshire

This quarterly workgroup meeting is geared toward CT FQHC compliance staff. For more information, contact Katie Henley.

Act Rapidly: The Importance of Treating Your Patients’ High Blood Pressure Enduring Webinar

This one-hour webinar will be used to train physicians and other care team members registered for the AHA/AMA joint Target: BP™ initiative, on the “Measure Accurately” component M.A.P. Framework. M.A.P. stands for Measure Accurately, Act Rapidly, and Partner with Patients, Families and Communities. Blood pressure variability, poor blood pressure measurement technique and white-coat effect contribute […]

Free