HEALTHY COMMUNITIES COLLABORATIVE NETWORK

HEALTHY COMMUNITIES COLLABORATIVE NETWORK

A health center controlled network including federally qualified health centers and look-alike that agree to work with CVN and each other to jointly address operational and clinical challenges present in their efforts to achieve Meaningful Use of ONC-certified electronic health records, adopt technology-enabled quality improvement strategies, and engage in Health Information Exchange.

Healthy Communities Collaborative Network

HRSA grant-funded health center controlled network supporting HIT

Health Resources and Service Administration (HRSA) has awarded CVN a three-year $2.25 million HCCN grant to strengthen the quality of care and improve patient health outcomes achieved by Health Center Program award recipients and look-alikes. CVN’s HCCN grant extends to July 31, 2019. Upon contract award, CVN adopted the name Healthy Communities Collaborative Network for its HCCN. Through the HCCN Project, CVN is actively engaged in addressing the particular needs of each participating health center (PHC) as they relate to each of HRSA’s Core Objectives and Focus Areas for the HCCN Project:

  • Core Objective A: Health IT Implementation and Meaningful Use – Increasing the effective use of HIT solutions to improve the quality of care in health centers, improve individual and population health, and attain MU requirements.
  • Core Objective B: Data Quality and Reporting – Improving health center data collection, analysis, and reporting to enhance comprehensive, integrated, high-quality data reporting at all PHCs.
  • Core Objective C: Health Information Exchange (HIE) and Population Health Management – Increasing secure electronic data exchange with patients, unaffiliated providers, and organizations to support patient centered health care delivery and support population health management.
  • Core Objective D: Quality Improvement – Advancing clinical and operational quality improvements which will improve clinical and financial quality measures and advance PCMH implementation.

PARTICIPATING HEALTH CENTERS


Adelante Healthcare

Canyonlands Healthcare

Chiricahua Community Health Centers, Inc.

Circle the City

Desert Senita Community Health Center

Horizon Health and Wellness

MHC Healthcare

Maricopa Integrated Health System

Mountain Park Health Center

Native Health

Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health

Sun Life Family Health Center

Sunset Community Health Center

Terros

United Community Health Center – Maria Auxiliadora, Inc.

Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation

Valle del Sol

Wesley Community & Health Center

Community Health Center of Yavapai

Why Join – Healthy Communities Collaborative Network

Joining Healthy Communities Collaborative Network as a participating health center (PHC) provides a health center the opportunity to work together with like-kind organizations to jointly address operational and clinical challenges, and for HCCN to support those PHCs in their efforts to advance HRSA’s goals and objectives for health centers. HCCN benefits and supporting activities include:

  • The HCCN Project Manager as a single point of contact
  • An HCCN Project Coordinator to facilitate HCCN resources based on your needs
  • An HCCN Transformation Coach to provide direct assistance, as requested, for needs assessment, operational workflow change management, training, etc.
  • The HCCN Medical Director as a collaborative resource in the development of clinical policies and guidelines
  • A PHC-specific Individualized Work Plan that addresses the PHC’s strategy for attainment of HRSA’s Core Objectives
  • Alignment and integration of activities and deliverables under the PHC’s other major project plans
  • An electronic peer-to-peer forum at this web site through which PHCs can share inquiries and solutions

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