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Primary Intelligence
Member News
Outreach and Enrollment
NC Tracks
State Updates
Federal Updates
Healthcare Headlines
Workforce Development
Funding Opportunities
Group Purchasing
Events and Training


Primary Intelligence

HRSA announces the availability of $200 million in supplemental funding for Integrated Behavioral Health Services (IBHS).
IBHS will increase access to high-quality integrated behavioral health services, including prevention or treatment of mental health conditions and/or substance use disorders, including opioid use disorder. Organizations currently receiving Health Center Program operational grant funding are eligible to apply for up to $145,000.
You can begin using the HRSA Electronic Handbooks (EHBs) application module on Friday, April 5, 2019. HRSA will email eligible organizations’ authorizing officials, business officials, and project directors the link to access the application. We encourage you to start developing your IBHS project now using the resources available on the IBHS Technical Assistance (TA) webpage.
Applications are due in EHBs by Monday, May 13, 2019, at 5:00 p.m. ET. HRSA expects to make awards in September.
For more information:
Visit the TA webpage for details about the Q&A Sessions and additional TA resources. Contact the IBHS TA Team with questions.

Centene Announces Plans to Purchase Wellcare
This requires regulatory approval and will not have any immediate effects on NCCHCA’s partnership with Carolina Complete Health.

Notice of Funding Opportunity for Rural Providers: Small Health Care Provider Quality Improvement Program
Applications are due by Monday, April 22.
HRSA recently released a notice of funding opportunity that will support up to 32 public or private nonprofit health care providers located in rural areas to improve patient care in their communities. HRSA expects to invest approximately $6.4 million for this program, which aims to improve the quality of rural health care through an evidence-based approach to primary care that has proven effective in rural areas.
Previously funded organizations under this program designed and carried out projects focused on coordinated care for patients, chronic disease management, integrated care delivery systems, and reduced admissions for emergency rooms and hospitals, among other issues for rural providers. Objectives for this program, which is competitive every three years, include improved health outcomes, better engagement of patients and their caregivers, and continuous improvement to chronic disease management. Grantees also are encouraged to implement quality improvement activities that measure value by outcomes, establish and maintain PCMHs, and integrate behavioral health into the primary care setting.
View the announcement on to learn more.

2019 Patient Target EHBs Notification to Health Centers
Beginning this week, HRSA is sending a tailored email from the Electronic Handbooks (EHBs) to each Health Center Program award recipient with a direct link to the patient target in EHBs. The Program Director should review the patient target and take appropriate action in EHBs by Friday, April 19. Email with questions. A recorded walk-through of the EHBs Patient Target Management Module and Patient Target Frequently Asked Questions are available on the Service Area Competition Technical Assistance (TA) website.


Outreach and Enrollment

Justice Department Changes Position on ACA
There was news from earlier this week that the Trump Administration is arguing that the entire ACA should be completely invalidated. For background, an appeal of the Texas v. Azar decision, in which Judge Reed O’Connor ruled the ACA unconstitutional (one day before the end of OE6), is currently pending in the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals. In response to Judge O’Connor’s decision, the Trump Administration had previously said that the ACA’s protections for people with pre-existing conditions should be struck down, but that the rest of the law, including Medicaid expansion, should survive. However, on Monday, the Trump Administration broadened its attack on the ACA. Legal challenges are expected, and experts consider it a long shot that the ACA will be invalidated. As with previous threats to the ACA, please remind consumers that the ACA remains the law of the land. Consumers should continue to pay their monthly premiums and use their health coverage. NCCHCA will continue to monitor this situation and keep you posted with any new developments.   

April SNAP Benefits
NC DHHS continues to work towards getting SNAP households back on their normal benefit issuance schedule, which was disrupted by the federal shutdown earlier this year. Households that receive SNAP benefits between the 1st-11th of the month will receive their April SNAP benefits on their normal cycle. Households that receive benefits between the 12th-21st of the month will receive them on April 12. The regular issuance schedule will resume in May. Help spread the word by posting this flyer (available in English and Spanish) throughout your health center. Please note that SNAP is referred to as Food & Nutrition Services (FNS) in North Carolina.
Remind Consumers to Reconcile APTCs
Enrollment assisters should remind consumers to reconcile advanced premium tax credits (APTCs) received in 2018 when they file their taxes. Consumers can reconcile APTCs by using the information provided on Form 1095-A to complete Form 8962. If a consumer has not received Form 1095-A for their 2018 Marketplace coverage, they can log-in to their Marketplace account or call the Marketplace Call Center (1-800-318-2596) to obtain a copy. Consumers who fail to file a 2018 tax return and reconcile APTCs received in 2018 will not be issued PTCs for plan year 2020 until they take action.
Penalty Still Applies for Consumers Who Were Uninsured in 2018
Individuals who were uninsured for all or part of 2018 will be subject to a penalty when they complete their 2018 tax return, unless they qualify for an exemption. The penalty amount is a percentage of household income or a flat dollar amount, whichever is greater (see table below and the Tax Year 2018 Reference Guide).
Percent of Household Income Flat Dollar Amount
2.5% of income above tax filing threshold $695/adult; $347.50/child
Capped at annual cost of average premium of bronze level plan Capped at $2,085
Enrollment assisters can review exemptions individuals may be eligible for, possibly helping them avoid the penalty. The Exemptions Tool on, as well as this exemptions worksheet, can be used to assess possible exemptions an individual may be able to claim. The current tax season represents the last year uninsured individuals will be assessed the individual mandate penalty.


Member and NCCHCA News

Congratulations to Chris Vann and Andrea Morales-Williams of CommWell Health!

They were recognized at NACHC’s Policy and Issues forum and were each awarded the Betsey K. Cooke Grassroots MVP award. Their eagle advocacy work at CommWell, including Eagle Tweets, huge advocacy participation from CommWell, and even a bus trip to Washington DC helped us all through the 2017 funding cliff.
Improving Access to Treatment and Healthcare in North Carolina
Wednesday, April 10, 2019 from 6 pm to 8 pm
UNC Nash Hospital’s Auditorium located on 2460 Curtis Ellis Drive in Rocky Mount, NC.
OIC of Rocky Mount, ROAR, JCANS.ORG, and NC Child invite you to a public forum to discuss access
to treatment and healthcare in North Carolina. At this presentation and discussion, Steve Mange
(NC Dept. of Justice) and Adam Sotak (NC Child) review state efforts to address the opioid epidemic
and substance misuse, barriers people face in accessing substance use disorder treatment and
related healthcare needs, and strategies for increasing access to treatment and care. An open
discussion will follow.
Register here.
Triad Adult and Pediatric Medicine’s (TAPM) - 2nd Annual Friends of TAPM Brunch featuring Merle Green, Director of Guilford County Department of Public Health as our Keynote Speaker and the inaugural Dr. Stewart and Betty Rogers Award. Thursday, April 25, 2019 | 8:30am-11:00am | The Conference Center at GTCC – Oak Ridge Room| 7908 Leabourne Road, Colfax, NC, 27235.  For more information go to
The Seventh Annual Lincoln Community Health Center Foundation Legacy Award Luncheon Honoring Dr. Oveta McIntosh-Vick and Dr. Veronica Ray, Friday May 10, 2019 at the Washington Duke Inn and Golf Club, Durham, NC.
NCCHCA Call for Nominations for Board Service!
The North Carolina Community Health Center Association is pleased to announce the call for nominations for the 2019-20 Board of Directors The opportunity to serve in an officer position is a rare chance to help drive the decisions of our highly-respected state association and shape the future of health care and patient access. Additionally, you will work with other leaders in North Carolina and on the national level.
Eligibility: Only representatives of corporate members in good standing are eligible to hold office.
Open Positions
Vice-Chair (Chair Elect)
At-Large CFO
At-Large Clinician – Nominations and Election solely by Clinicians‒Contact Marti Wolf
At-Large HR
The following officers are interested in serving a second term:
Secretary, Carolyn Allison, Charlotte Community Health Clinic
Treasurer, Margaret Covington, Stedman-Wade Health Services
Nomination Deadline: Noon on Friday, April 15, 2019 to Nominating Committee Chair Carolyn Allison and Ben Money
Election Process: The election will be held via electronic polling May 15 – 31, 2019 and the results announced at the Annual Meeting June 26, 2019.
This is an exciting time to join the leadership of NCCHCA and help us map our ambitious future!



Thank you to EVERYONE for attending NACHC's Policy and Issues Forum and Hill day in Washington DC and for participating in our national call in day on Thursday! We had great meetings with all of our Members of Congress and/or their staffers. Please send additional photos to so that we can share!

NC Tracks

Is It Time for Your Re-verification Application? 
It's already been five years since the implementation of NCTracks, which means there are many providers who will need to complete re-verification over the next few months. If you haven't received a re-verification notification in your Message Center Inbox yet, you may be seeing it soon. To find your re-verification date, go to the NC Division of Medical Assistance (DMA)'s list of the providers who are due for re-verification in 2018 under 'Recredentialing' on the DMA Provider Enrollment webpage
Be sure to check your email and NCTracks Provider Portal for reminders on useful resources and tips for completing your application. To learn more, visit the Re-verification/Re-credentialing FAQs page today.

NCTracks Provider Announcement and Newsletters
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State Updates

NC Medicaid Issues Final Guidance on Eligibility, Enrollment for Behavioral Health and Intellectual Development Disability Tailored Plans in NC Medicaid Managed Care 
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NC DHHS) released guidance detailing the eligibility requirements and enrollment processes for Behavioral Health and Intellectual/Developmental Disability Tailored Plans as a part of the Department’s transition to integrated managed care. The Final Guidance document is available on the Medicaid Transformation website. This final guidance outlines the eligibility criteria for Tailored Plans and describes how people will enroll in these plans, how transitions between Standard Plans and Tailored Plans will work, and what benefits will be covered in Tailored Plans. This guidance document is the first in a series that will be released over the next year as part of the Department’s commitment to transparency throughout the Tailored Plan design and implementation process. Beneficiaries who are eligible for a Tailored Plan will not enroll in managed care until Tailored Plans launch in July 2021. They will remain in their current delivery system, receiving behavioral health services through LME/MCOs and other Medicaid services through the current fee-for-service structure, unless they choose to enroll in a Standard Plan.

Office of Rural Health Stakeholders Meetings on NC J-1 Visa Waiver and Provider Loan Repayment & Incentive Programs.
The NC Office of Rural Health (ORH) is hosting several stakeholder meetings across NC to gather Stakeholder input regarding our J-1 Visa Waiver program and NC’s Loan Repayment and Incentive Programs. They need your help in shaping ORH programs to recruit and retain medical providers for rural and underserved areas in NC.  ORH’s Loan Repayment programs include the NC Loan Repayment (NCLRP) and the State Loan Repayment (SLRP) programs. ORH incentive program includes the High Needs Service Bonus (HNSB). ORH administers each of these programs. At the meetings, ORH will review key priorities and requirements for each program.  The purpose of the stakeholder meetings is to gather information and feedback regarding the current processes and possible program modifications to ensure maximum benefits to rural NC communities. Attendance is welcome to any or multiple meetings regardless of location.
Remaining meetings include:
April 4 Thursday Madison County NC Cooperative Extension, Marshall, Madison County 1:00 PM – 4:30 PM
Registration for the meeting is requested. Please register attendee names(s) to: Karen Gliarmis, ORH Recruiter at or call 919-527-6452 for more information.
Did you Miss the NC Medicaid Managed Care FQHC/RHC Payment Guidelines Webinar?
Email Kristen Dubay if you missed this webinar focused on how federal protections for FQHC/RHC PPS payments will be maintained under North Carolina Medicaid managed care. Slides and a webinar recording are available.


Federal Updates

Emergencies Happen: What Health Centers Need to Know
Recent severe weather across the U.S. is a reminder that emergencies can impact health centers at any time. Health centers and NCCHCA, a PCA, play a critical role in providing services and resources before, during, and after emergency events. During emergencies, NCCHCA gathers critical health center information and report the status of service delivery sites to HRSA. For health centers in impacted areas, HRSA asks that you report site-level status to your NCCHCA as soon as you are able. Project Officers are available if health center staff have questions about program requirements or scope of project. Please also visit the HRSA Health Center Program Emergency Preparedness and Recovery Resources website for information about change in scope for temporary sites, 340B program enrollment under emergency declarations, and FTCA coverage during emergencies.
Information on Auto-HPSA updates available on NACHC and HRSA websites:  The auto-HPSA Update Preview 4 Report was sent to health centers last week.  If you have concerns about the accuracy of data used in the scoring contact Mark Snuggs at the NC Office of Rural Health Once finalized, these new scores will become effective for the 2020 NHSC recruiting year. Both NACHC and HRSA have information on their websites about how and why the scores are being updated, and how to interpret preliminary estimates.  The NACHC Shortage Designation website contains FAQs, a background memo, and a recording of a NACHC webinar discussing the auto-HPSA changes.  The HRSA website contains general information about the Shortage Designation Modernization Project.  The NC Office of Rural Health is the immediate contact regarding preliminary HPSA scores however NCCHCA can facilitate with the process of collecting correct data for your county/area.  You may direct your general questions about the process to Sharon Brown-Singleton at NCCHCA.
New FTCA Site Visit Protocol
FTCA-deemed health centers are already familiar with FTCA site visits. Now we have streamlined the process into one document, the FTCA Site Visit Protocol, to help you find the information you need.
HRSA: Fiscal Year 2018 SUD-MH Supplemental Funding Reminder
Health centers who received fiscal year 2018 Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health (SUD-MH) Services supplemental funding, should note this important reminder:
Staffing Requirement: You must add at least 1.0 FTE direct hire(s) and/or contracted personnel who will support SUD and/or mental health services within eight months of award—by Saturday, May 18. Failure to meet this requirement may impact Year 2 funding.


Healthcare Headlines

US Supreme Court Hears NC Partisan Gerrymandering Case
The U.S. Supreme Court listened to oral arguments Tuesday morning in a North Carolina gerrymandering case that dates back to the 2016 election. The case, Common Cause v. Rucho, is a major test for the court’s position on political gerrymandering.

Senate leaders pit support for disabled against Medicaid expansion
Senate leaders are proposing an expansion of a Medicaid waiver program for intellectually and developmentally disabled adults as an alternative to wider Medicaid expansion backed by Democrats and some House Republicans. The bill filed Tuesday would add $41 million in state funds to increase IDD slots in the state from 12,000 to 14,000. Those slots provide a range of supportive services, from housing to employment assistance, making it easier for IDD adults to live independently. Sponsor Sen. Joyce Krawiec, R-Forsyth, said about 12,000 people are currently on the IDD waiting list, and the average wait time is seven to nine years.

Federal Judge Again Blocks Medicaid Work Requirements
For a second time in nine months, the same federal judge has struck down the Trump administration’s plan to force some Medicaid recipients to work to maintain benefits. The ruling by U.S. District Judge James Boasberg blocks Kentucky from implementing the work requirements and Arkansas from continuing is program.


Funding Opportunities

RFP to increase physician awareness and practices to prevent, detect, and control hypertension among priority populations
Proposals due March 30th, 2019.
The American College of Preventive Medicine (ACPM) will fund up to six health care organizations/practices to develop and implement protocols to prevent, detect, and control hypertension among African-American men ages 35-64 using data. Awards will begin in the spring of 2019 and have the opportunity to last for up to 3 years dependent on federal funding and successful completion of initial work. These demonstrations projects are funded by a grant from the Division of Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. More information can be found here:
SAMHSA: Substance Use Disorder Treatment for Minorities at High Risk for HIV/AIDS
April 22.  The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA) will make 24 awards of up to $500,000 each to increase engagement in care for racial and ethnic minority individuals with substance use disorders, and/or co-occurring substance use and mental disorders, who are at risk for HIV or are receiving HIV services and treatment.  Eligible applicants include state, local and tribal governments, public and private universities and colleges, and community- and faith-based organizations.  Racial and ethnic minority populations make up only 15 percent of the rural population, but approximately 62 percent of people living with HIV/AIDS in rural areas are minorities.
Oral Health Infrastructure
April 22. HRSA announced the availability of $76 million in one-time supplemental funding for Oral Health Infrastructure (OHI) to support health center infrastructure enhancements. These investments will increase access to new or enhanced high-quality, integrated oral health services, including those provided via telehealth and virtual dentistry. Applications are due in by Monday, April 22 (11:59 p.m. ET) and HRSA’s Electronic Handbooks (EHBs) by Tuesday, May 21 (5:00 p.m. ET).
For more information:
If you have questions, contact the OHI TA team
Rural Communities Opioid Response Program-Implementation (RCORP-Implementation)
May 6.  The Health Resources and Services Administration’s (HRSA) Federal Office of Rural Health Policy (FORHP) will be making approximately 75 awards of up to $1 million each to rural communities to enhance service delivery for substance use disorder, including opioid use disorder. Over the course of a three-year period of performance, grant recipients will implement a set of core prevention, treatment, and recovery activities that align with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Five-Point Strategy to Combat the Opioid Crisis.  Award recipients are strongly encouraged to leverage workforce recruitment and retention programs such as the National Health Service Corps (NHSC).  All domestic public and private entities, nonprofit and for-profit, are eligible to apply and all services must be provided in HRSA-designated rural areas (as defined by the Rural Health Grants Eligibility Analyzer).  The applicant organization must be part of an established network or consortium that includes at least three other separately-owned entities.  At least two of these entities must be located in a HRSA-designated rural area.  FORHP will hold a 90-minute webinar for applicants on Wednesday, March 27, 2019 from 11:30-1:00 pm ET.  A recording will be made available for those who cannot attend.  For the webinar dial-in and playback information,  please reference page (ii) in the Notice of Funding Opportunity on  (Click “Preview” on the Package tab, and then “Download Instructions”.)  Contact with questions.
Opioid Workforce Expansion Program – Professionals and Paraprofessionals
May 7. HRSA is accepting applications for the FY 2019 Opioid Workforce Expansion Program (OWEP) Professionals and Paraprofessionals funding opportunities. Apply on by Tuesday, May 7.
The OWEP for Professionals’ purpose is to build upon existing HRSA investments to enhance community-based experiential training focused on OUD and other SUD for students preparing to become behavioral health professionals. The OWEP for Paraprofessionals funds this same training for peer support specialists and other types of behavioral health-related paraprofessionals.
HRSA anticipates awarding $39.3 million for approximately 29 OWEP for Professionals awards and $29.8 million to fund about 33 OWEP for Paraprofessionals awards.
All other funding opportunities are listed on our website, here.


Workforce Development

The STAR² Center has added new interactive self-paced online courses to our growing catalogue of resources and training opportunities for health center workforce teams looking to enhance their recruitment and retention efforts. Take some time today to  set up your learner account and review our new "Administrative Strategies for Increasing Retention" course.  Click here to view a brief overview of how to access and register to complete these courses and be sure to reach out to Mariah Blake with any questions.

Become a Vital Part of North Carolina’s Safety Net!
Community Health Centers are a unique, growing area of the health care industry. Community Health Centers offer many dynamic career opportunities for dedicated individuals who want to make a difference in their communities. You will also find postings for careers within the North Carolina Community Health Center Association (NCCHCA) whose mission is to promote and support patient-governed community health care organizations and the populations they serve. Visit our website to see open positions and to post opportunities.


NCCHCA Group Purchasing Organization

The NCCHCA Group Purchasing Organization provides a shared savings model for NC Community Health Centers. NCCHCA members may participate at no cost and can save a significant amount of money on items, such as medical/dental supplies and equipment. Thank you to our current partners: LabCorp, Toshiba Business Solutions, and Community Health Ventures (VIP). Contact Chris Shank for more information.

Events and Training

SUD-MH Tri-Annual Progress Reporting TA Office Hours
For health centers that received fiscal year (FY) 2018 Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health (SUD-MH) Services supplemental funding, HRSA will hold SUD-MH Progress Reporting TA office hours to provide updates and reminders for the next report submission and answer questions about reporting requirements. Visit the TA website for other resources.
Wednesday, April 10
2:00-3:30 p.m. ET
Join the webcast the day of the session
Call-in: 888-233-9404
Passcode: 3415759
Coming Together for Rural Resiliency
The NC Agromedicine Institute is partnering with NC Cooperative Extension to conduct a one day workshop "Coming Together for Rural Resiliency" in 4 locations across the state. We invite anyone who is interested in working together to address farm stress to come learn more and help us best respond to this important public issue.  Workshops and lunch are all provided at no cost. If you are a community organization that provides behavioral health or other support to farming and rural communities and you would like to have a table to share resources with participants, please let us know. More details on the attached flier.
  • learn about causes & effects of escalating farm & rural stress
  • share or learn about existing resources to support farm families & other rural residents experiencing stress
  • share your ideas as to what strategies are needed to address farm & rural stress
  • participate in ‘Talk Saves Lives’: A presentation that covers the general scope of suicide, the research on prevention, and what people can do to fight suicide
Dates and locations:
  • April 8, 2019: Edenton Baptist Church, 200 S Granville Street, Edenton, NC 27932
  • April 11, 2019: NC Cooperative Extension–Duplin County Center (Lois Britt Agriculture Service Center), 165 Agriculture Drive, Kenansville, NC 28349
  • April 15, 2019: Mountain Horticultural Crops Research and Extension Center, 455 Research Drive, Mills River, NC 28759
  • April 29, 2019: NC Cooperative Extension – Forsyth County Center, 1450 Fairchild Road, Winston Salem, NC 27105
Registration is free. To register: call the NC Agromedicine Institute at 252.744.1008 or email . Be sure to indicate the date and location of the meeting you plan to attend.

Diabetes in Special & Vulnerable Populations: A National Learning Series
Fourteen HRSA-funded National Cooperative Agreements (NCAs) have partnered to create a four-part national learning webinar series for health centers, PCAs, and Health Center Controlled Networks (HCCNs). The series’ goal is to increase foundational knowledge of effective strategies to prevent, treat, and manage diabetes among special and vulnerable Health Center Program populations. It focuses on co-morbidities associated with diabetes (e.g., oral health, behavioral health, SUD, obesity, and social risk factors).
Diabetes Continuum of Care: Using Behavioral Health and Substance Use Disorder Integration to Address Older Adults with Cognitive Impairments and Diabetes
Tuesday, April 9
2:00-3:30 p.m. ET
Learn more and register for individual webinars.
2019 NCCHCA Clinical Conference on Quality and Chronic Disease
April 11-12, 2019
Chapel Hill, NC
The Clinical Conference on Quality & Chronic Disease is a professional training opportunity providing continuing education at a low cost. Nationally recognized health care experts share knowledge with safety-net providers on cutting-edge trends and quality improvement methods.
Registration is closed and the Conference is Full.

2019 Communities Joined in Action National Conference
April 24-26, 2019
Seattle, WA
Communities Joined in Action (CJA) will bring together community and national health leaders to share innovations, lessons-learned, and inspiration. Attendees will leave with ideas, tools, and action plans that improve health for all people. The conference will include compelling plenary presentations by national leaders, group discussions of current challenges and opportunities, and focused workshops that highlight local innovations. The conference will help community leaders better understand how to work toward creating equity in health and health care delivery. Learn more.
Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) Convening
May 2-3
Goldsboro, NC
This convening is designed for nonprofit and faith-based organizations who are interested in learning creative ways to develop programming around healthy eating, active living or who want to enhance programming they are already doing. They provide spots for agency representatives as space permits.  Anyone who’s interested can learn more at the event Facebook page at
National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership Summit
Request for Workshop Proposals
Deadline: May 13, 2019
The National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership is accepting workshop proposals for their upcoming Summit, scheduled for September 19-20, 2019 in National Harbor, MD. Individuals do not need to work with a medical-legal partnership in order to present a workshop at the Summit. Preference will be given to proposals that take a layered approach and include a broad range of perspectives. Preference will also be given to proposals that include consumer presenters. Full tuition and travel scholarships are available for consumers who present workshops. Learn more about submitting a workshop proposal.   
Registration Open: Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) University
May 15-16, 2019
Asheville, NC
Hosted by the North Carolina Community Health Center Association and presented by the Health Resources and Service Administration, the Federal Tort Claims Act University (FTCAU) is an innovative training offered to members of the health center community. FTCAU provides a great opportunity for seasoned quality and risk management professionals and new professionals to learn from experts, leaders, and government officials about FTCA, healthcare quality and risk management, and related subjects. Over the course of two days, attendees will participate in interactive presentations and exercises that are specially geared toward health center grantees. 
Who should attend?
  • Quality Improvement Coordinators
  • Risk Manager
    Board Members
Save the Dates: Oral Health and Primary Care Integration for People Living with HIV
HRSA will host a two-part webinar series on oral health and primary care integration to support people living with HIV. The strategies we will cover are designed for all HRSA recipients serving people living with HIV regardless of whether the organizations deliver oral health care directly, refer out for all services, or are somewhere in between. We’ll share registration information when it becomes available.
  • Assessing Risk and Providing Basic Services at Primary Care Settings
    Thursday, May 23
    2:00-3:00 p.m. ET
  • Connecting Clients to Oral Health Services
    Thursday, June 6
    2:00-3:00 p.m. ET
Opioid Misuse and Overdose Prevention Summit
June 11-12. 2019
McKimmon Center at NC State University
Raleigh, NC
Summit website and registration.
Save the Date: 2019 NCCHCA Primary Care Conference
June 26-28, 2019
Renaissance Asheville Hotel
31 Woodfin Street
Asheville, NC 28801
Registration Opening Soon.
10th Biennial Childhood Obesity Conference
July 15th - 18th
Anaheim, CA
Click here for more information

Please save the date for the
Fourth Annual John W. Hatch FaithHealth Lecture
December 3, 2019
Shaw University—Raleigh, North Carolina
Find More Conference and Training Opportunities on the NCCHCA Calendar

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