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5/25 HITEQ Highlights: The ABCs of Electronic Dental Records for Health Centers – Integrating and Reporting Dental Information

A HITEQ Highlights Webinar

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Click here to register for this May 25th HITEQ Highlights webinar.

The webinar will review the current state of electronic dental records (EDRs) for health centers, discuss their use and integration with electronic health records, and instruct participants on how to use an EDR to meet various incentive programs and reporting requirements.

Health Literacy Online

A Guide for Simplifying the User Experience by the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

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As Health Centers increase the amount of electronic communications sent out to their patients they need to continually assess the literacy level of the content that they are sending out across patient portals, text messages, and social networks. This guide provided by the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion helps staff "develop intuitive health websites and digital tools that can be easily accessed and understood by all users — including the millions of Americans who struggle to find, process, and use online health information."

Mobile Technology Applications for Agricultural Worker Health Interventions

A Webinar from the Farmworker Justice Program

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Growing numbers of agricultural workers use mobile phones, which presents an opportunity to engage them in healthy behavior interventions. This webinar brings together experts with experience in using mobile technology in agricultural worker communities. 

Understanding Data Elements and Outcome Measures in Health and Housing Partnerships

A Corporation for Supportive Housing Webinar

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As partnerships between health centers and supportive housing providers continue to grow across the country, so do reports of reduction in crisis service utilization and health system costs. We are seeing evidence that Housing First programs improve mental health and substance use outcomes. Simultaneously, there is still a need to expand understandings of the impact of housing on clinical measures. This webinar will explore health outcomes and data measures that health centers can track as part of a housing partnership, and will discuss how health and housing partners are using data to gain a greater understanding of the impact.

Mobile Technology Applications for Agricultural Worker Health Interventions

A Farmworker Justice Webinar

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Growing numbers of agricultural workers use mobile phones, which presents an opportunity to engage them in healthy behavior interventions. This webinar brings together experts with experience in using mobile technology in agricultural worker communities. Panelists will discuss highlights and lessons learned from their research, as well as potential resource challenges. At the end of this webinar, health center staff and others will have tools for effectively engaging agricultural worker communities with mobile health platforms.

Panelists: Amy Snipes, Assistant Professor of Biobehavioral Health and Director of the BioQualitative Laboratory, Penn State; Iana Simeonov, Digital Health Strategist and Consultant, Public Health Institute

Moderator: Matt Clark, Farmworker Justice

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