As Community Health Centers prepare for their Virtual Operational Site Visits, one aspect of the visit is assessing compliance through a sampling process.
The HHS Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) Cures Act prevents patients’ electronic health information information blocking practices.
The White House announced a partnership between HHS and the Department of Defense (DoD) to deliver free masks to HRSA-funded health centers and Health Center Program look-alikes for distribution to patients, staff, and community members.
As we start 2021, HRSA has released a Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for School Based Service Site.
As health centers move through the next phase of the pandemic, the FDA has approved a vaccine for COVID-19. Health Center staff can use the CDC website to provide accurate information to patients and staff as the vaccine rollout starts.
HRSA Challenge Competition to Address Declining Vaccination Coverage and Well-Child Visits submission period opens in January!
Registration Closes on January 4th for a FREE webinar: Staying Healthy, Fit, and Connected During the Pandemic!
Respirators for Health Care during COVID-19
As health centers continue to deal with the repeated surge in COVID-19 cases, clinical performance measures continue to decline. Regardless of what other challenges health centers are encountering, the Health Services and Resources Administration (HRSA) expects health centers to maintain continuous compliance with all health center program requirements, including Quality Improvement.
As HRSA restarts Operational Site Visits (OSVs) through the virtual process, Chapter 9-Sliding Fee Discount Program is a chapter which can cause health centers (FQHCs and FQHC LALs) a lot of headaches! Why is that?
Peer review is talked about at state and federal conferences, during training sessions and webinars, and during HRSA Operational Site Visits (OSVs). Unfortunately, the reason peer review is talked about so frequently is because there are so many unresolved questions…
National Child Health Day has been proclaimed by the President of the United States, under a Joint Resolution of Congress, each year since 1928 and occurs on the first Monday of October…