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Telehealth Office Hours

Hosted by NACHC

Alyssa Carlisle 0 451

Telehealth Office Hours is a monthly opportunity for health center, PCA, and HCCN staff to ask questions and share information about telehealth-related policy and operational activities. The session will be held the second Thursday of each month at 2:00 PM EDT. In addition to updates and time for Q&A, each session will focus on a specific topic. Participation is free and there is no pre-registration required. Please add the WebEx link to your calendar. No registration is required. Archived presentations and resources can be found here. Please submit questions to telehealth@nachc.org.

HITEQ Highlights: HIV Prevention and Treatment for patients with SUD/OUD in an Integrated Behavioral Health Setting

Alyssa Carlisle 0 250

Join the HITEQ Center, in collaboration with the National Council for Behavioral Health, for a webinar on understanding how to integrate HIV screening into integrated behavioral health services, including how to identify patients at risk for HIV, facilitate screening, and prompting for rescreening at appropriate intervals.

The Role of HIEs in Filling Gaps in Interoperability

Alyssa Carlisle 0 44

Join Drew Ivan, EVP of Product & Strategy for Corepoint Health and Rhapsody, as he welcomes executives from HIEs in California and Maine for an in-depth discussion on topics, including:

  • The current landscape of healthcare interoperability
  • How HIEs filling gaps in healthcare interoperability
  • Where HIEs are headed
  • Joining the conversation are Shaun T. Alfreds, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of HealthInfoNet in Maine, and David Kates, Chief Technology Officer of Manifest Medex, California’s largest nonprofit health information network.

HITEQ Highlights: Using Health IT to Facilitate the Development and Administration of a PrEP Program

Alyssa Carlisle 0 374

Hear from Your Peers! The HITEQ Center is launching a new webinar series for health centers to learn how their health center peers are using health IT to improve HIV prevention and care. For the first webinar, Using Health IT to Facilitate the Development and Administration of a PrEP Program, Robert Harris from the Community Health Center of Buffalo, Inc. will describe their whole system approach to develop an IT-supported PrEP program.

Telehealth Office Hours

Hosted by NACHC

Alyssa Carlisle 0 435

Telehealth Office Hours is a monthly opportunity for health center, PCA, and HCCN staff to ask questions and share information about telehealth-related policy and operational activities. The session will be held the second Thursday of each month at 2:00 PM EDT. In addition to updates and time for Q&A, each session will focus on a specific topic. Participation is free and there is no pre-registration required. Please add the WebEx link to your calendar. No registration is required. Archived presentations and resources can be found here. Please submit questions to telehealth@nachc.org.

HITEQ Highlights: Getting Started with a Social Media Strategy for HIV Prevention and Care

Alyssa Carlisle 0 631

Join the HITEQ Center for a webinar on how to develop a social media strategy to improve your health center’s HIV prevention and care outreach. Using the POST (People, Objectives, Strategy, Technology) method, attendees will learn how to use social media more efficiently to reach your target audiences. We will also review social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, their uses and differences. Attendees will receive recommendations for social media management and graphic design tools at the end of the discussion. 

Using Technology to Implement MAT in Primary Care

Center for Care Innovation Webinar

Alyssa Carlisle 0 303

Equipping and empowering providers with technology that provides decision support and enables better connection, insight, and overall management of their patients with substance use disorders is key to successful medications for addiction treatment (MAT) programs. Learn about the tools that are helping improve patient engagement, increase adherence to treatment plans, and reduce program dropouts.

Attendees will be able to:
• Provide an understanding of the effectiveness of technology as a tool to improve MAT patient engagement and the quality of treatment.
• Explain approaches for improving the provider experience of running an MAT program.
• Identify the key elements that make outcome information useful as clinical and practice improvement tools.

HITEQ Highlights:Documentation Tips when using the Collaborative Care Model for the Treatment of Depression and Anxiety in Primary Care

Alyssa Carlisle 0 458

Join the HITEQ Center, in collaboration with the National Council for Behavioral Health, for a webinar on Documentation Tips when using the Collaborative Care Model for the Treatment of Depression and Anxiety in Primary Care. The webinar will provide a brief overview and benefits of the collaborative care model as well as information specific to each of the main staff roles. The role-specific nuances of documentation will be highlighted, including considerations for tracking data such as clinical activities accomplished with each patient during the month.

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